Critical Path Institute’s New Business Model: An Interview With CEO Compton
After six months on the job, Carolyn Compton, the institute’s new chief executive, has overhauled the funding rules to allow fees from big pharma to cover overhead as government funding dries up. Successor to founder Raymond Woosley, who retired last year, Compton shares her vision for securing the institute’s finances for the future amid tough economic times.
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