Francis C. Brown
Schering, a German company, was one of the first to be seized by the United States during World War II under the Alien Property Custodian Act. Accepting what he thought was a temporary post, Brown built Schering into a formidable player in the pharmaceutical industry. Through a heavy focus on research, Brown built the company from $3 million to over $125 million in revenues and laid the foundation for several future product lines.


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