The three men believed they were doing the right thing when they spoke up.But for each of them things went painfully, if somewhat predictably, awry.Glenn Demott, a Columbus-area resident, was a sales representative who blew the whistle on marketing practices at Pfizer Inc.The world's largest drug maker paid a record .3 billion to settle claims of unlawful drug promotions.
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Demott lost his job as a senior sales representative, said he was blackballed from the pharmaceutical industry and spiraled into depression after confronting his boss about Pfizer's prescription drug promotions.
Milan Georgeff says he faced a backlash, too, after refusing to work on engineering blueprints that he believed were stolen from Cleveland's Eaton Corp.
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