Takeda's new CEO in Denmark wants to hire more people

Roland Kurney has replaced Patrik Forsell as head of Takeda's Danish operations, and he is on the hunt for more employees after a large restructuring exercise.

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After a massive restructuring at the company last year, the new CEO of Takeda's Danish operations, Roland Kurney, is looking for new employees, Dagens Pharma reports.

Last year, Takeda sold its OTC business, which consisted of around 130 products, to Danish firm Orifarm for DKK 4.3bn (USD 669m). This resulted in more than 600 employees following the products to Orifarm.

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