Teva CEO steps down, replacement found

In the new year, the Israeli pharmaceutical firm will no longer be spearheaded by Danish national Kåre Schultz.

Kåre Schultz, outgoing CEO of Teva | Photo: Lars Krabbe

When 2022 comes to an end, so too will Kåre Shultz’s time as chief executive officer of Teva, a press release announces.

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