I enjoy thinking about and writing the Worst CEOs of Biopharma column every year. It’s not because I’m mean or vindictive. This list is about holding people and an industry accountable. It’s a public service!
Let me know in the comments or on Twitter if I missed the mark, or, more importantly, if I forgot a deserving “naughty” CEO.
Clay Siegall, Seagen
I don’t normally let a CEO’s personal problems factor into this list, but Clay Siegall leaves me no choice. In May, he was forced out of Seagen after his arrest on charges of allegedly assaulting his wife at their suburban Seattle mansion.
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