Indiana's Largest Mergers and Acquisitions of 2006

February 2007
Indiana Business Magazine;Feb2007, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p18
A list of Indiana's largest mergers and acquisitions in 2006 is presented. Included in the list are Biomet Inc., which has $10.8 billion deal, followed by ADESA Inc., and Eli Lilly & Co. Windrose Medical Properties Inc. has $383 million deal, followed by Steel Dynamics Inc., Waterfield Group, and Bank Calumet Inc.


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