Pfizer's version of the India story
There are always two sides to each story. This is also the case with Pfizer's finance whistleblower, who was terminated after 28 years with the company, nine months after he notified Pfizer CEO Jeff Kindler of numerous allegations of wrongdoing in Pfizer's finance department.
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When Mr. Idnani questioned his termination, Pfizer "investigated" and then sent the e-mail to the left to Idnani (click on image to enlarge).
The e-mail was followed by a hard copy version of the same message. Only the message wasn't exactly the same. And sometimes omissions and changes can tell us a lot . . .
What had changed in the final hard copy version was that the investigation was no longer labeled "very thorough," nor did Pfizer claim that they had "reviewed all relevant evidence."
Sounds like Mr. Ryan Trierweiler, Pfizer Worldwide Pharmaceutical Operations Japan/Asia HR, got cold feet.