The largest medtech companies have differing business development strategies, but tend to be on the same page on R&D spending.
Success or failure on the stock markets this year depended almost entirely on whether a company’s devices could be used to treat coronavirus patients.
Medtronic has had a poor quarter owing to the pandemic – but Zimmer’s has been even worse.
Sales of implants are set to fall sharply as non-urgent procedures are deferred.
Robotic surgery is one of the bright spots in an otherwise tricky year for medtechs seeking a buyer.
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The speediest device developer is Roche, but a look at companies’ strategies shows the perils of relying on bought-in tech.