Last week, the drug company Mylan issued a recall in seven countries for the EpiPen. The initial recall of the emergency allergy product didn’t include the US, but Mylan issued a new recall last night which not only includes EpiPens sold in the US, but also involves the children’s version, known as EpiPen Jr.
Nobody likes cold-calling salespeople—while they have a job to do like everyone else, that job is highly irritating to pretty much everyone involved. Case in point: an Australian office supplies company that bullied a farming couple into purchasing enough ink to last them 1,700 years.
Mylan, the drug company that makes EpiPen, has been overcharging Medicare and Medicaid for years. But today the pharmaceutical company had to finally pay the piper. In a deal announced by the notorious price-gougers, Mylan will hand over $465 million to the government, but it won’t have to admit any wrongdoing.
According to Hotfile, a guy by the name of Michael Bentkover and his cronies are copyright dicks, crooks and liars. Not with those words, but that's the executive summary of their copyright fraud lawsuit against Warner Brothers.