Martin Shkreli has no regrets.
The poster boy for greedy drug companies who became a public figure in 2015 when he raised the price of an HIV medication by 4,000 percent overnight, would do it all again.
Shkreli said in an interview with Bloomberg on Friday that he would “of course” make the same decision today.
“In terms of regret, maybe not seeing that as acutely would’ve been a minor regret,” Shkreli said, referring to public outrage at his actions. “But because the price increase has stuck, so to speak, I don’t really, that’s the main mission, which was to raise the price and have it generate increased revenue ,that’s happened, so I’m happy with respect to that.” Read more…