American Home Products
1994/8 American Home Products and American Cyanamid reach merger agreement at $101 per share
1998 ＡＨＰとSmithKline Beecham Plc の合併合意→破談
（SmithKline Beecham PlcとGlaxo Wellcome Plcの合併合意→破談
→ 2000年 合併 Glaxo Smithkline）
2000/2 Warner-Lambert との合併交渉破談 → PFIZER/WARNER-LAMBERT MERGER
American Home Products To Receive $1.8 Billion Termination Fee
Is In The Process Of Divesting Cyanamid Agricultural Products Business
American Home Products Corporation confirmed today that its merger agreement with Warner-Lambert Company has been terminated in accordance with its terms.
Separately, AHP announced today that it is in the process of divesting the Cyanamid Agricultural Products business.
Aug. 17, 1994
American Home Products and American Cyanamid reach merger agreement at $101 per share
American Home Products Corporation and American Cyanamid Company today announced that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement which provides for American Cyanamid stockholders to receive a price of $101 per share in cash for all outstanding shares of American Cyanamid.
日本ワイスレダリ−の米国親会社、American Home Productsは本年3月11日付けをもって、社名を『Wyeth』(ワイス)に変更することになりました。
AHP is now Wyeth
American Home Products Corporation (AHP) has changed its corporate name to Wyeth, effective March 11, 2002.
The selection of "Wyeth" pays tribute to AHP's heritage: One of our oldest prescription medicine businesses, founded in 1860 and acquired by AHP in 1931, was "John Wyeth & Brother," and our original nonprescription medicine business was named "Wyeth Chemical."
Wyeth has been transforming the pharmaceutical industry since its founding in the 1860s. What began as a small drugstore - John Wyeth and Brother, 1410 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - now is one of the leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies in the world.