AMRI's most recent boilerplate description includes the following passage:
"A separate, standalone R&D division of the company is also developing technology that it intends to partner and outlicense; something viewed as a higher value added service to the many companies AMRI is working with."
I can only assume that the CEO's forte is chemistry and not writing. Otherwise, he would know that he should NEVER end a sentence with a preposition. LOL Placed in the context of law enforcement style analysis, I find it very revealing in terms of personality profiling.
The reason why I point this out is because research indicates that at most companies, including those in the Fortune 100, the CEOs tend to be involved in crafting those descriptions.
Also, it is interesting that the CEO has chosen to highlight this division given the fact that it has been close to a complete failure.