DENVER (CBS4) – Former DaVita CEO Kent Thiry says he is a changed man after a jury found him and the Denver kidney care company innocent of federal anti-trust charges. The high stakes trial drew national attention, shook the corporate world and, Thiry says, nearly destroyed his life.
“The toughest part is what it does to your family. They’re publicly embarrassed and humiliated.”
He says they’ve come through the ordeal stronger than ever. Thiry’s nightmare started three years ago when the Department of Justice launched an investigation into a deal he struck with the heads of two other companies.
Both of them had previously worked for Thiry at DaVita. They agreed not to recruit top level executives from each…
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