AstraZeneca’s R&D Restructuring Follows Hot Spot Trend
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
In its most ambitious overhaul since the reorganization into iMeds in 2010, AstraZeneca’s latest R&D restructuring takes on three basic challenges: accessing innovation, improving internal productivity and reducing complexity and cost. It is the opening salvo in the new CEO’s vision for the troubled pharma.
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