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CALPERS, the big pension fund, doesnâ??t want
Eli Lilly and Co.â??s new CEO, John Lechleiter, to be voted onto the board at Lillyâ??s annual meeting on Monday.
Lechleiter was a high-level player within Lilly in recent years while the companyâ??s stock performed at mediocre levels, CALPERS
Is Lechleiter the problem?
Or is he being blamed for any problems that his predecessor, Sidney Taurel, might have created, or even for the overall sluggishness
in the pharmaceutical industry?
What do you think?