Yes, Mar­tin Shkre­li can drop his bad boy per­sona, at least for one mo­ment

It turns out that Mar­tin Shkre­li can de­liv­er a sober, straight­for­ward com­pli­ment in re­sponse to a group of crit­ics, with­out any rant­i­ng or the kind of loopy barbs so of­ten on dis­play dur­ing his trade­mark trolling on Twit­ter.

Ear­li­er this week some high school stu­dents in Aus­tralia at­tract­ed glob­al head­lines when they made Dara­prim — an old drug that Shkre­li’s Tur­ing ac­quired and then jacked the price of by 5,000%-plus — for $2 a dose. Tur­ing’s price: $750.

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