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Earnings Winners & Losers: The Large Diversified Firms, ABT, BAX, CAH, JNJ

Executive Summary

Most of the large, diversified medtech companies have now reported their sales and earnings for the second quarter and first half of 2017. All of the companies in this category reported revenue growth and promised investment in new technologies across all their businesses, but a Baxter and Cardinal Health stand out as having especially successful quarters. Abbott is still trying to overcome major challenges, and J&J is turning around its medical device businesses under new leadership.


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