SPOTLIGHT: The top five layoffs of 2007


2007 has been a rough year for a number of the pharmaceutical and biotech industry's biggest players. Concerns about patent expirations, falling sales due to drug safety concerns, redundancy from acquisitions and a general need streamline operations contributed to these companies' decisions to cut employees. Check out this list of the top five pharma and biotech layoffs of 2007 for more. Report

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