More consolidation didn't boost sales at the top, but a handful of nimble newcomers posted impressive growth on the other end of the curve.
In the long run, pharma wants to sell health, not just drugs.
FDA slaps down Cheerios and forces pharma companies that use Google to make technical changes no consumer will ever notice. Big whoop.
Our 3-D cover jumps off the page. But the real question for us (and for you) is how do we get everything else to connect?
Unsolicited advice for FDA's next leader: Keep it real, fight popular delusions, and somehow, please, defend the agency.
The worst thing about working for most corporations is the inevitable downward pull they exert even on the best of us. That's why it's always sad to lose a company that learned to fight back.