Finally, an industry mogul admits the truth:
Imprimis CEO Mark Baum said that even if Turing's other investors decided to remove Shkreli, that alone would not be enough to change the fortunes of Daraprim. While at Retrophin, Shkreli hiked the price of its key drug, Thiola for kidney stones, to $30 a pill from $1.50. That price has not changed since Shkreli left.
"Once Turing went and paid what it did to buy that drug, they were locked into raising the price," Baum said.
Stupid is as stupid does.