Ian Reed is the CEO of Pfizer Inc. He had an annual compensation of $17.4 million in 2010.
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Pfizer Inc is a global, multinational pharmaceutical company founded in 1851. It is the world's largest research-based pharmaceuticals corporation. Brand names include erectile dysfunction drug Viagra, pain management drug Celebrex, high-blood-pressure drug Norvasc, and cholesterol drug Lipitor. The company also manufactures animal care products such as Revolution, an anti-parasitic. Pfizer markets its pharmaceuticals directly to health care providers and patients. The majority of its' sales are conducted through the wholesale companies McKesson and Cardinal Health.
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- Private Enterprise Board, ALEC website, accessed July 7, 2011.
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