J&J Cites Economy, Increased Regulatory Costs For Large-Scale Layoffs
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Johnson & Johnson will cut 6%-7% of its workforce to help shore up capital in the face of a still-struggling economy and a higher-cost regulatory environment, according to the company
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