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Poussot climbs at Wyeth

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Bernard Poussot adds chief operating officer and board member to his titles at the Madison, N.J.-based firm, where he was named president and vice chairman in April 2006. Wyeth says Jan. 26 Poussot, 55, will add to his responsibilities leadership of the Wyeth Consumer Healthcare and Fort Dodge Animal Health and continue to lead the firm's Pharmaceuticals and R&D divisions. Poussot, who will continue to report to Chairman and CEO Robert Essner, began his career at Wyeth in 1986; in 1996 he was appointed president of Wyeth-Ayerst International and in 1997 became president of the worldwide pharmaceutical business before rising in 2002 to executive VP for R&D...

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