What Would Dennis Do?

Fisher, Daniel
April 2010
Forbes Asia;Apr2010, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p50
The article focuses on Covidien Ltd.'s chief executive officer Richard Meelia's contribution to the company's success. It is stated that in order to restore its most profitable businesses to growth, Meelia appointed as many as 3,000 sales representatives. It is mentioned that Meelia helped the company's revenue to increase at 5% to 6% a year to 11 billion dollars in the 12 months ended 25, 2009.


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