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Dutch group’s shares have plunged since discovery of defective part in its sleep and respiratory devices
Dutch group to use shift to web for treatment to boost profits
Philips’ Frans van Houten is breaking up a venerable conglomerate and focusing on health tech
Healthcare tech group chief calls estimate to deal with coronavirus ‘conservative’ as it boosts medical equipment production
Strategic decisions by chief executive make the Dutch company a safe bet
The lights may be long gone, but the future is bright
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Dutch health technology group benefits from growth markets while mature ones slide
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