Drug company CEO faces charges

A former CEO of Rochester Drug Co-Operative has been indicted on what federal prosecutors say are the first-ever charges against a drug company executive stemming from the opioid crisis. The indictment alleges that Ex-CEO Laurence Doud III aimed to maximize his own pay along with company revenues by ordering subordinates to ignore red flags about certain customers, therefore putting the customers in danger.

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