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Teva Pharmaceuticals (TEVA) may have to bust its piggy bank to lure candidates to help reverse its sagging fortunes, The Wall Street Journal says. The world’s biggest generic drug maker lost a quarter of its market value last Thursday after missing earnings, cutting profit guidance, and slashing its dividend thanks to pricing pressures. Erez Vigodman, the previous chief executive who left in February, received $5.3 million in salary and equity shares last year.

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