O’Donnell to leave role as lobbyist for drug giant MSD
Former PD exits as part of wider shake-up at pharma company
Former government minister Liz O’Donnell is leaving her role as chief lobbyist for drug giant MSD in Ireland as part of a wider management shake-up at the company.
MSD confirmed to the Business Post that O’Donnell and an undisclosed number of senior executives would leave the company as it restructures its business “to respond to changing market conditions”, the pharma giant said. The company did not give any further details on the restructuring....
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