Stanley P. Goldstein
In 1969, Goldstein’s drug store chain, CVS, was acquired by Melville Corporation and soon became the conglomerate’s dominant retail establishment. Goldstein took the reins of Melville in 1987 and began a total restructuring program transforming the company from a loose-knit group of retail establishments into an industry-focused healthcare company under the CVS name. His restructuring gamble paid off – building the largest drug retail chain in the United States generating over $15 billion in revenues.

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