Company linked to meningitis cases paid execs more than $20M last year

, The National Law Journal


The Massachusetts pharmaceutical company linked to a fungal meningitis outbreak that caused 44 deaths has reported nearly $21.2 million in both salaries to key executives and credit card reimbursements since December 2011.

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    It's hard to say if the two events are connected by anything but poor management. However, I wouldn't be surprised if the lack of fiscal conservatism led to cutting corners in manufacturing to reduce costs. Someone's got to pay for the executives' groceries at Whole Foods...oh wait, they get a salary too don't they?

    Phoenix Personal Injury Lawyer

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