The New Jersey–based drugmaker jumped up 40 places on this year’s list—with 62.6% revenue growth—because of the additional sales that came with its $74 billion acquisition of Celgene in 2019. Sales of BMS’s anticoagulant Eliquis and its immuno-oncology drug Yervoy also showed strong growth in 2020. The company won 13 additional drug or formulation approvals in the U.S., European Union, and Japan last year; it also acquired MyoKardia, a biotech focused on cardiovascular diseases, for $13.1 billion in November 2020.
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