Martin Shkreli raised the price for AIDS medicine five thousand percent without a spoonful of sugar to make that medicine go down; one charity rejects a gift from the "pharma bro's".
"America’s most-loathed CEO can’t even get charities to take his money at this point.
"Martin Shkreli, the “pharma bro” made infamous after raising the price of an HIV/AIDS drug by 5,000 percent, was arrested, in an unrelated case on Thursday, for securities fraud. In the ensuing aftermath, nonprofit Community Solutions, a group that’s working to end homelessness, returned a hefty donation Shkreli had made to the organization, the Guardian reported.
"On Friday, the organization announced that it would give back a $15,000 donation from Shkreli."--Eleanor Goldberg, The Huffington Post