Pfizer was incorporated in 1849 with a mission of providing better health and greater access to healthcare for people and their valued animals. Pfizer is one of the five biggest pharmaceutical companies in the world providing drug and healthcare facilities for more than 100 years. Pfizer established the Corporate Governance department in 1994 after understanding the social responsibility and become the first American company holding the Corporate Governance department. Pfizer has an intrusting history with a number of successes in future. Antiparasitic was their first product with the name of “santonin” and this was a huge success of Pfizer. In 1919, Pfizer developed expertise in fermentation technology and later they used that technique to develop penicillin in World War II. Pfizer developed and animal health division in 1959. Later in 1980 Pfizer made huge profits after getting sales in billion dollars by launching “Feldene” an anti-inflammatory medicine. And in 2009, Pfizer acquired Wyeth in $68 billion dollar. According to Newsdaily Pfizer sold their capsugel business unit in April 2011 for $2.38 billion to KKR & Co. According to the official sources of Pfizer they have a better organization structure and Pfizer have 9 units of health care. These are Primary Care, Specialty Care, Oncology, Emerging Markets, Established Products, Consumer Healthcare, Nutrition, Animal Health and Capsugel. A separate chief executive is responsible for each business unit with a definite accountability of results and for the better development of drug and health care products.