On Soriot’s List For AstraZeneca: Building A Decision-Making Culture
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
AstraZeneca investors will have to wait two more months to hear details of CEO Pascal Soriot’s plans for re-energizing the struggling big pharma. But the new chief did discuss several near-term objectives for the company and what he has pinpointed as being some of the operational problems, based on discussion with hundreds of employees, during a year-end financial call Jan. 31.
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