J&J Looks To Expand Consumer Business After Consent Decree Obligations End
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
J&J is “very excited about the possibility of consumer becoming a bigger part of our business,” CFO Caruso says, noting it hopes to grow the business organically and through acquisitions. But J&J first must complete its obligations under a consent decree related to manufacturing quality problems.
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