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Teva Pharmaceuticals (TEVA) hired Lundbeck’s (LUN) Kare Schultz as its new chief executive, ending a seven-month search for a new leader to jumpstart sales, lower debt, and restore investor confidence after a controversial acquisition spree. Schultz, 56, who has been running Lundbeck and will move to Israel, faces pressure to either to maintain Teva as both a generics and specialty drug maker, split the company in two, or exit generics altogether.

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