Measles: rarely but occasionally fatal, even in first world countries
Mumps: can cause sterility in males
Varicella: (Chicken pox): Dramatically increases the risk of shingles later in life
Rubella (German measles): rarely but occasionally fatal. Pregnant women exposed to rubella have an increased risk of birth defects.
Influenza: occasionally fatal
Big phama does not set the standards for the administration of vaccines; that's done by the CDC. Take a couple hours and browse their various websites (hint: www.cdc.gov will get you started}. The CDC is a highly professional, evidence based organization that is the envy of the world. I am not a physician or other medical professional nor am I in the employ of a pharmaceutical company. Before I retired I used a number of CDC resources as the basis for risk analysis and risk forecasting which is where I got to know them reasonably well.
I also recommend the brit site badscience.net if you would like to learn more about vaccines on the plus side and the evils of big pharma on the other.