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    Introduction GlaxoSmithKline, known as GSK, is an established pharmaceutical company that originated from the British. It was formed by the merger of Glaxo Wellcome and Smith Kline Beecham which from the past till now, operates globally in the science industry that later on got into the ranking amongst the world’s top ten largest companies after rising in the year 2000. Glaxo Wellcome, which consisted of Glaxo’s and Burroughs Wellcome became one of the world’s third major pharmaceutical company. By the late 1900s, Glaxo Wellcome had rose to become the world’s biggest manufacturer for the treatment of asthma and AIDS/HIV. Beecham group, after their rapid amount of medicines in 1859 later on became broadly involved in pharmaceuticals by the…

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    GlaxoSmithKline is one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. Many people can say they owe their lives to this company. Not everyone can say that though, because in 2002 the FDA sued GlaxoSmithKline for over 750 billion dollars for multiple infractions. GlaxoSmithKline pled guilty to fraud, and two years later, it happened again, for which they pled guilty to distributing adulterated drugs. GSK is trying to repair their severely damaged image. It seems they have done a…

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    False Claims

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    Some of the top FCA cases are briefly described below: • GlaxoSmithKline – this pharmaceutical company pleaded guilty in the year 2012 and agreed to pay a whopping sum of $3billion to resolve the criminal and civil liability brought against it. This lawsuit was brought about by the unlawful promotion of a prescription drug the company engaged in, and because the company failed to report the safety data of “Avandia” – a diabetic drug, and also false price reporting. Till date it has remained the…

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    Pfizer And Allergan Case

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    consultants the merging of Pfizer and Allergan will potentially elevate the scale of Pfizer’s established business, and their equivalent abilities will significantly increase the combined established portfolio. Allergan’s Women’s Health addition and Anti-Infectives portfolio will deepen to Pfizer’s established business, and Pfizer will try to grow Allergan’s established image using its already existing and developing commercial performance, infrastructure and global scale. Further , Allergan…

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    Introduction In August 1983, the U.S.-based pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co., Inc. acquired Banyu Pharmaceutical, a major producer of penicillin and antibiotics in Japan, as one of the first acquisitions done by a non-Japanese company. “Upon conversion of the bonds, Merck would own 50.02% of the company” (Harvard Business Review, 1989). Both companies have been active leaders and investors in R&D projects; the constant innovation was especially important in the U.S. in regard of the patent law…

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    Lien sheds light on the upper hand of pharmaceutical companies over consumers as nearly every medication on the market today comes with a winding list of side effects, yet consumers lack the ability to speak out against the FDA’s loose guidelines. Pharmaceutical companies, however, may argue that creating drugs with stricter guidelines would incur higher expenses and is likely to lead to financial loss. It would be more challenging to create those medications without side effects, which could…

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    Democracy is what the United States prides itself on. As a model for many other countries, every citizen would have whatever they need in order to live happy, healthy and productive lives due to a government structure holding their civil liberties a in the forefront of political decisions. Unfortunately, many of the citizens find themselves in a place between a critical choice to be healthy or live comfortably. In order to fulfill a critical foundational building block of the United States, many…

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    Glaxosmithkline Case Study

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    The model has been used by the companies to gauge their performance in different aspects of change management. This framework provides a benchmark against the best practice not only in the industry but also across different industries. Therefore for the purpose of this report the model can be used to show how the under consideration change has affected the components of the model and furthermore, using it as the basis of this change management audit report. The impact of change on the…

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    Pharmaceuticals Ltd. (KAPL) This study is based on two selected public sector undertakings. These companies were selected through convenience sampling while considering the fact that these two companies are consistently profit making and also deals in analgesic category. Companies are namely:  Bengal Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Limited (BCPL)  Rajasthan Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Ltd. (RDPL) B1.9.2 Top 10 Private Sector Companies (On the basis of Net Sales) in India: S. No. Name of The…

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    Alternative #3. Creating new capabilities may also be obtained through a spinout organization. Merck realizes that its resources and capabilities are insufficient to rapidly move into the pharmacy management area. Most of its resources are devoted to drug research and development. Christensen states that spinout organizations are appropriate when a separate organization is required when the mainstream organization's values are incapable of devoting resources on the new processes or innovation. 6…

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