Analysts agree: Kåre Schultz was the right man for Teva – for a time

An era has come to an end for Schultz, who will no longer be found leading the Israeli pharmaceutical firm in the New Year. Two analysts tell the story of reign, both the ups and the downs.

Kåre Schultz, outgoing CEO of Teva | Photo: Amir Cohen/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

”He was the right man at the right time, but it’s correct for him to no longer be there.”

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