A former tech executive of generic drugmaker Mylan pleaded guilty to using tips from his boss to illicitly trade in the company’s securities
A former tech executive of the generic drugmaker received illicit tips on drug approvals, earnings and merger.
Updated Sept. 17, 2021 5:17 pm ETWASHINGTON—A former technology executive of generic drugmaker Mylan NV pleaded guilty Friday to allegations that he illicitly traded in the company’s securities using tips from another company insider. Read more: The Wall Street Journal »
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