Ranbaxy whistleblower pockets $50M+ in $500M settlement
This article was originally published in Scrip
The $50 million-plus a former executive at Ranbaxy is walking away with is another reality check for companies that when they engage in wrongdoing, there is likely someone watching and willing to come forward.
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