Johnson & Johnson News

Johnson & Johnson is a large and diverse company, so staying up-to-date with developments, company performance, and their plans for the future is not easy. That's why Wiser created the Johnson & Johnson news digest. It is delivered once a day and contains the key articles from around the web in order to keep you informed. Johnson & Johnson is primarily involved in the health sector. Its interests are spread across 275 different companies in 60 countries. It was founded in 1886 and its headquarters is in New Jersey. Worldwide it employs about 128,000 people and its main consumer brands include Band-Aid, Johnson's baby products and Neutrogena. It also has a medical devices and diagnostics sector, and a pharmaceuticals sector. Challenges exist in the later, particularly regarding the competition from generic versions of some of its drugs. Its research and development pipeline is also watched with interest, as is its movements in terms of expansion - further acquisitions, particularly in the medical devices field, are expected. Make sure you do not miss any Johnson & Johnson news, analysis or information by registering for the free Wiser daily email.

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Healthcare conglomerate Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) is about as steady as they come for investors. Its more than 250 subsidiaries and three primary operating segments -- consumer health products, medical devices, and pharmaceuticals -- each come together to form one perfect puzzle...
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Johnson & Johnson, JPMorgan suspend YouTube ads over offensive videos
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US healthcare conglomerate Johnson & Johnson and JPMorgan Chase & Co became the latest big US companies to suspend all digital advertising on Google's YouTube, over concerns that its ads may have appeared on channels that broadcast offensive videos. Wireless carriers Verizon...
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Google continues to bleed advertisers as Johnson & Johnson walk
euronewsRobert Hackwill
Google has lost another major advertiser with healthcare giant Johnson and Johnson the latest client to pull digital advertising from You Tube. It is part of the ingoing row about how channels allowing offensive videos come to carry advertising for mainstream products....
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Johnson & Johnson Will Also Remove Ads on YouTube
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U.S. healthcare conglomerate Johnson & Johnson became the latest company to suspend all digital advertising on Google's YouTube, over concerns that its ads may have appeared on channels that broadcast offensive videos. Wireless carriers Verizon (vz, +0.08%) and AT&T (t, +0.07%) said...
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Johnson & Johnson latest to suspend ads from YouTube over offensive videos
The Globe and Mail
U.S. healthcare conglomerate Johnson & Johnson and JPMorgan Chase & Co became the latest big U.S. companies to suspend all digital advertising on Google’s YouTube, over concerns that its ads may have appeared on channels that broadcast offensive videos. Wireless carriers Verizon...
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Global Medical Aesthetics Market - Valued to Be $7.96 Million in 2016 - Growing Demand of Aesthetic Treatment Among Males - Research and Markets
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DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Medical Aesthics Market Insights, Opportunity Analysis, Market Shares and Forecast, 2017 - 2023" report to their offering. The global medical aesthetics market is valued to be $7.96 million in 2016. It...
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AT&T, Johnson & Johnson Pull Ads From YouTube
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AT&T and Johnson & Johnson, among the biggest advertisers in the United States, were among several companies to say Wednesday that they would stop their ads from running on YouTube and other Google properties amid concern that Google is not doing enough...
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Verizon, AT&T, Johnson & Johnson among latest brands to suspend ads from Google
International Business TimesAgamoni Ghosh
The backlash against Google's video streaming site YouTube is now spreading rapidly among US brands. Telecom giants Verizon and AT&T, along with Johnson & Johnson and car rental company Enterprise are among the major US brands to suspend ads from Google over...
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AT&T and Johnson & Johnson Pull Ads From YouTube Amid Hate Speech Concerns
The New York TimesDaisuke Wakabayashi, Sapna Maheshwari
AT&T and Johnson & Johnson, among the biggest advertisers in the United States, were among several companies to say Wednesday that they would stop their ads from running on YouTube and other Google properties amid concern that Google is not doing enough...
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