Amgen Could Use A Little Growth FactorLarry Armstrong
A couple of times a day, on his way to the men's room, Gordon M. Binder checks a bulletin board for the latest word on his company's stock price. Recently, the news has been good for Amgen Inc. shareholders. But the rising share price may also be a warning of what Amgen's 59-year-old chairman and chief executive officer fears most: a takeover bid for the world's largest and most successful biotechnology company. "We're not interested," says Binder. "We think our independence is critical to the Amgen culture."
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