Executive profile: Genzyme's CEO on dark times, transition and the long view
This article was originally published in Scrip
David Meeker, CEO of Sanofi company Genzyme, recently found himself hustling back to Genzyme's Kendall Square offices from a nearby meeting to talk to Scrip's editor Eleanor Malone about the challenges and opportunities he has encountered in his varied career. In the first of a two-part series, he discusses his experiences in the company that he joined in 1994, and expounds upon issues faced by the industry as a whole.
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