J&J To Split Consumer From Medtech and Pharmaceutical Businesses – Creating Two Companies To Unlock More Value, Growth, Innovation
Johnson & Johnson expects that the new J&J unit will be better positioned to share expertise such as combing medical devices with drugs and continue to innovate.
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