Pfizer Reorganizes Internally As It Moves Closer To Decision On Splitting Business
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Beginning in January 2014, Pfizer is realigning its commercial operations into three organizations, in effect taking the next step on its multi-year deliberation over whether to split up its behemoth business.
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