Thomson Reuters suspends health care unit sale

December 22, 2011
by Brendon Nafziger, DOTmed News Associate Editor
Thomson Reuters said Thursday it was pulling its health care business information unit off the market as the haywire global economy has made it hard to get a "fair value" for the group. The business, which had revenues of around $450 million last year, has been for sale since June.

The health care group produces analytical tools, market indices, reports on health care consumer confidence and the "Top 100 Hospitals" ratings.