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Last year’s scandal over Mylan’s 500% price hike of the EpiPen, a potentially lifesaving allergy treatment, tarnished Bresch’s reputation, but it didn’t hurt her business as much as some expected. The company grew revenue 18%, to more than $11 billion in 2016, and forecasts growth of up to 13% this year, in part thanks to its acquisition of Swedish drugmaker Meda. But the EpiPen debacle took its toll in other ways: The company coughed up a $465 million settlement fine, prompting profits to drop 43%.

For more on Bresch, read Fortune’s 2015 feature, “Why Wall Street Loves to Hate Mylan’s CEO” andWhy the CEO Behind the EpiPen Controversy Remains One of Fortune’s Most Powerful Women.”

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