J&J’s Path Forward – An Interview With Alex Gorsky
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
In a conversation shortly before taking the helm at Johnson & Johnson, CEO Gorsky discusses deal strategies, emerging markets, his experience overseeing both the device and pharma businesses and the value of J&J’s consumer health product portfolio.
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