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Baker: Harvard Pilgrim ouster their decision

One year ago   |   By Boston Herald

Gov. Charlie Baker - the former head of Harvard Pilgrim - took a hands-off approach yesterday on the insurance giant's refusal to release details surrounding Eric Schultz's abrupt resignation or whether the departing CEO is receiving a severance package. “I think Harvard Pilgrim is a private nonprofit, and they made a decision to remove their CEO. That's their decision,” Baker told the Herald when asked if the company should reveal the details.
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