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Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (BMY)

3/22/2006 Proxy Information

Our Bylaws provide that, to the extent permitted by law, our company shall indemnify current and former directors and officers for expenses incurred or paid as a result of certain claims brought against them, or to which they are a party or otherwise, by reason of their current or prior services for the company and its subsidiaries. Our Bylaws further allow the company to advance payment of such expenses prior to final disposition of a claim upon the condition that the director or officer undertake to repay any such advanced amounts to the company should it be ultimately determined that the director or officer was not entitled to indemnification by the company.

Accordingly, pursuant to our Bylaws described above, we entered into agreements with each of Peter R. Dolan, Sandra Leung and John L. McGoldrick, under the terms and conditions described above, in connection with the previously disclosed private lawsuits and government investigations relating to U.S. wholesaler inventory and accounting matters. The lawsuits and investigations are further described in the company’s 2005 Annual Report on Form 10-K. Pursuant to these agreements, the company paid the legal fees incurred from January 1, 2005 until December 31, 2005 for each of Mr. Dolan, Ms. Leung and Mr. McGoldrick in the amount of $292,813, $41,819 and $877, respectively.

The Officers and Directors Indemnification Trust One was formed on October 20, 2005 pursuant to the settlement agreement among Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, our directors and officers, and our D&O insurers. The trust was formed to fund, under certain conditions, the payment of any settlement or judgment costs, including any award of attorneys’ fees to counsel for plaintiffs, incurred by or on behalf of certain of our current and former directors and officers in any derivative lawsuit brought on behalf of Bristol-Myers Squibb for which a claim for coverage under the policies released in the settlement could have been made. $37.25 million in insurance proceeds received in the settlement has been deposited into this trust. If the Trust has not already been terminated pursuant to the Trust Agreement, it will terminate five years from the effective date of the Agreement. BMS is the residual beneficiary of the Trust and will therefore receive any trust property that remains in the Trust upon its termination.

3/23/2005 Proxy Information

Our Bylaws provide that, to the extent permitted by law, our company shall indemnify current and former directors and officers for expenses incurred or paid as a result of certain claims brought against them, or to which they are a party or otherwise, by reason of their current or prior services for the company and its subsidiaries. Our Bylaws further allow the company to advance payment of such expenses prior to final disposition of a claim upon the condition that the director or officer undertake to repay any such advanced amounts to the company should it be ultimately determined that the director or officer was not entitled to indemnification by the company.

Accordingly, pursuant to our Bylaws described above, we entered into agreements with each of Peter R. Dolan, Donald J. Hayden, Jr. and John L. McGoldrick, under the terms and conditions described above, in connection with the previously disclosed private lawsuits and government investigations relating to U.S. wholesaler inventory and accounting matters. The lawsuits and investigations are further described in the company’s 2004 Annual Report on Form 10-K. Pursuant to these agreements, the company paid the legal fees incurred from February 1, 2004 until December 31, 2004 for each of Mr. Dolan, Mr. Hayden and Mr. McGoldrick in the amount of $465,645, $487,303 and $84,265, respectively. Amounts paid during January 2004 were previously reported in our company’s 2004 Proxy Statement. We expect to make additional advances in connection with the matters noted above.

3/26/2004 Proxy Information

The company's Bylaws provide that, to the extent permitted by law, the company shall indemnify current and former directors and officers for expenses incurred or paid as a result of certain claims brought against them, or to which they are a party or otherwise, by reason of their current or prior services for the company and its subsidiaries. The Bylaws further allow the company to advance payment of such expenses prior to final disposition of a claim upon the condition that the director or officer undertake to repay any such advanced amounts to the company should it be ultimately determined that the director or officer was not entitled to indemnification by the company.

Accordingly, pursuant to the Bylaws described above, the company entered into agreements with each of Peter R. Dolan, Donald J. Hayden and Harrison M. Bains, under the terms and conditions described above, in connection with the previously disclosed private lawsuits and government investigations relating to U.S. wholesaler inventory and certain accounting matters. The lawsuits and investigations are further described in the company's 2003 Annual Report on Form 10-K. Pursuant to these agreements, the company advanced payments to each of Mr. Dolan, Mr. Hayden and Mr. Bains in the amount of $380,324, $374,785 and $106,697, respectively, for legal fees incurred from January 1, 2003 through to December 31, 2003. The company expects to make additional advances in connection with the matters noted above.

4/4/2003 Proxy Information

No related party transactions or special relationships reported for this company. Director relationships marked "Outside Related" at this firm will most often be former executives of the company. Additional information regarding these relationships will be added during our regular updates.