M

artin Shkreli, the hoodie-clad bete noire that pharma uses as a moral yardstick, is now a convicted felon.

So, what’s changed since he burst on the scene two years ago by raising the price of a very old drug by 5,000 percent? What hasn’t? And what’s next?

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