Melvin R. Goodes
Goodes grew Warner-Lambert’s market value from $9 billion in 1991 to almost $60 billion in 1999. He helped the pharmaceutical company become a major player in the prescription drug industry and is responsible for striking a deal with Pfizer in 1996 to sell the cholesterol-reducing drug Lipitor which generated $2.2 billion in sales in 1998.

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