Raymond Gilmartin

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Raymond Gilmartin
Born March 6, 1941 (1941-03-06) (age 73)
Sayville, New York
Occupation professor at Harvard Business School, former President & CEO of Merck & Co, Inc.
Board member of
Microsoft, General Mills
Spouse(s) Gladys Higham, 1965
Children Three children

Raymond V. Gilmartin (born March 6, 1941) is an American businessman and Professor at the Harvard Business School.[1][2][3]


Early life[edit]

Raymond Gilmartin was born on born March 6, 1941, in Sayville, New York. He received his B.S. in electrical engineering from Union College in 1963 and an MBA from Harvard Business School in 1968.[3]


He served as Chairman, President and CEO of Becton Dickinson.[2][3] He was the President and CEO of Merck & Co, Inc. from 1994 until 2005 and was director of the company during the Vioxx scandal.[3] He sat on the Boards of directors of Microsoft and General Mills.[2][3] Since 2006, he has taught Management Practises at the Harvard Business School.[2]

He serves on the Board of Trustees of the American Enterprise Institute.[4]

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