“We Didn’t Cause the Crisis”: David Sackler Pleads His Case on the Opiod Epidemic
It’s not always enough for companies to meet minimum regulatory or compliance standards, or follow the strict letter of the law. The founders and owners of Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, are experiencing the financial and reputational impact of failing to meet community standards. In addition to the company paying one of the largest fines in pharmaceutical history, the family’s philanthropy is also now being rejected. Read the article here.
Vanity Fair, 19 June 2019