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Finerman’s Fineprint: Genzyme

Monday, 22 Nov 2010 | 5:44 PM ET

Considering Genzyme's board rejected Sanofi's $18.5 billion takeout offer, if they want the deal to happen is the drug giant compelled to bid higher?

Finerman's Fine Print: What is a CVR?
A breakdown on contingent value rights.

Not necessarily.

According to Karen Finerman Sanofi could sweeten the deal another way - by adding so-called "contingent value rights."

What does that mean and how does it add value. Find out from the Chairwoman herself. Watch the video now!


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