CEO John Kapoor wanted to further increase the runaway sales of Subsys, even if it meant using insurance fraud and bribery to get doctors to prescribe his addictive products to patients didn't need it. Including patients who didn't even have cancer. Two of those doctors were rounded up for issuing a quarter-million prescriptions for Subsys and other opioids, many of which were abused by addicts or ended up in the hands of drug traffickers.
Kapoor was eventually arrested and charged, because holy shit of course he was, but he was merely the latest in a string of Insys bigwigs to participate in this "nationwide conspiracy" that even Umbrella Corporation would think was a bit much. Their stock dipped 23 percent after the news, although Insys is trying to bounce back by developing a drug to "reverse" opioid overdoses, which sounds like a good thing, but remember where we started.