The big takeaway from Recode’s interview with food chain giant Trader Joe’s CEO and founder, J. Crew founder and CEO, Danone CEO and CEO Martin Shkreli, is that the company has no qualms about selling to foreign companies if they make a profit.
I think a lot of people are going to be disappointed, Danones CEO said in the interview.
But he said Trader Joes’ decision to go with a foreign company is because of the business that it does.
He said he’s also hoping that his company will be able to help his business as well.
The company’s board of directors has also said it will be moving towards using its market power to push for more foreign companies to buy its products.
In a statement, Shkrulli said Trader Joes is the best place to buy the food products that it is offering, and he said he will be investing more in his own business to help support it.
Shkrelis company, Turing Pharmaceuticals, has been criticized for raising the price of its blockbuster drug, Daraprim, which treats a parasitic infection, from $13.50 per pill to $750 per pill in 2017.
And now it appears the company is considering selling off some of its overseas businesses.
Last week, Shrek said his company was looking to sell off some overseas businesses as it continues to struggle.
As for the food chain, Shklrs was less specific.
He did not specify if Trader Joe is part of the talks, but Shkres company is said to be looking to move to other foreign food stores and/or restaurants.
“There’s no question that Trader Joe will be the place to go,” Shkrs CEO said.
This story has been updated to include comments from Shkrelli.