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Pfizer vs. Merck and the Future of R&D

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Two brand new CEOs take very different approaches to address the same problem: what to do about unrealistic expectations for growth in 2012. The different strategies chart different courses through a stressful period. We’ve seen this debate before, and it is hard to argue that either company prevailed last time around.

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