Merck! The Schering-Plough entrance is around the other way.

This is one of Merck’s many sites. (Click here to see it on a map!)

According to an article in The Independent Press last year, “the property has been a pharmaceutical research site since 1937, when Ciba first set up shop, with 98 employees in five buildings. That company merged with Sandoz [in 1996] to become Novartis. [Ten] years ago [in 2000] Schering-Plough purchased the property until the latest merger [in 2009].”

Merck is also Summit’s biggest taxpayer ($8 million per year!). Whoa.


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