Aurobindo To Formalize Succession Plan In Dec As MD Readies Exit
Vaxxinity COVID-19 Vaccine Plans Hit Roadblock
Aurobindo will formalize a succession plan in early December as managing director N Govindarajan, who has spent over a decade at the company, is set to move on. Meanwhile, though a settlement has been reached for generic Revlimid launch plans, development of a COVID-19 vaccine with partner Vaxxinity has hit a major roadblock.
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