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J&J’s Commitment To Diversification Through OTCs Rewarded In Q2

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Johnson & Johnson's second-quarter results show the firm's commitment to broader diversification with the 2006 purchase of Pfizer's consumer business was shrewd. The firm's over-the-counter business countered weak performance in the pharma sector

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