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  • Johnson & Johnson

    sustainability reporting framework, encompassing environmental, social, and economic performance”. (p30, Johnson& Johnson: A Model for Sustainability Reporting). 3. How has Johnson & Johnson’s Sustainability Reporting evolved over the years? The Sustainability Reporting has evolved at Johnson & Johnson as it become completely merged with J&J’s culture and objectives. In 1990, Johnson & Johnson first set its environmental goals. In 1993 and 1996, it released public reports. In 1998, it started to

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  • Johnson & Johnson

    Johnson & Johnson è una società farmaceutica multinazionale (Public company) statunitense che produce farmaci, apparecchiature mediche e prodotti per la cura personale e l'automedicazione. La società fu fondata da Robert Wood Johnson nel 1885, il quale si unì ai fratelli James ed Edward per creare una linea di prodotti medicinali pronti per l'uso e sterilizzati. Robert Wood Johnson fu il primo presidente della società. Il suo lavoro migliorò le pratiche igenico-sanitarie del diciannovesimo

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  • Johnson&Johnson - Organizational Structure

    J&J Organization Structure Johnson & Johnson is a global American health care manufacturer founded in 1886. The Family of Companies – as they call themselves – consists of more than 250 operating companies in 60 countries employing about 118,000 people worldwide. (J&J) The companies of the family are organized into three business segments: Consumer Health Care, Medical Devices and Diagnostics, and Pharmaceuticals. It is a typical instance of a product based divisional organization

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  • Business Proposal for Johnson and Johnson

    Business Proposal for Johnson and Johnson ECOX/561 October 7, 2013 Karen Yancey Business Proposal for Johnson and Johnson Johnson and Johnson is a multinational medical devices, pharmaceutical, and consumer packaged goods company founded in 1886 by three brothers: Robert Wood Johnson, James Wood Johnson, and Edward Mead Johnson (Johnson and Johnson , 2013). In this business proposal the focus will be on consumer packaged goods for Johnson and Johnson. A discussion

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  • Johnson

    A second factor is the amount of inventory on hand at the beginning or end of an accounting period. The smaller the amount of production held in beginning or ending inventory relative to the total number of units transferred out, the smaller the effect on operating income, cost of goods sold, or inventory amounts from the use of weighted-average or FIFO methods. 17-2 17-16 (25 min.) Equivalent units, zero beginning inventory. 1. Direct materials cost per unit ($750,000 ÷ 10,000) Conversion

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  • Edds Johnson

    The Childhood of Edward Johnson A Compilation of Psychological growth Sean D. Ellis Following the psychological development of a person can be a very complicated process. Every individual is different, and my younger brother Edward Johnson (Eddie) is no different. Eddie’s parents did their very best to raise him, and after having two children already they had a very good idea how to do it. This paper will explore the early life of Edward Johnson and how he came to be an adult, but most importantly

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  • Lyndon Johnson

    Lyndon Baines Johnson (August 27, 1908 – January 22, 1973), often referred to as LBJ, served as the 36th President of the United States from 1963 to 1969 after his service as the 37th Vice President of the United States from 1961 to 1963. He served in all four federal elected offices of the United States: Representative, Senator, Vice President, and President. Johnson, a Democrat, succeeded to the presidency following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, completed Kennedy's term and

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  • Exxon Valdez and Johnson & Johnson

    with negative comments from the public. JOHNSON AND JOHNSON TYLENNOL CASE Sometimes, problems arising in a company may not be caused by mismanagement, sometimes there are outside factors that caused problems to arise. It might not even be the company’s fault, but the challenge is, how they manage to solve a problem and deal with in spite the fact that they are not to be blamed. A classic tales of how a company can get it right is that of Johnson & Johnson, and the company's response to the Tylenol

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  • Johnson and Johson

    Johnson and Johnson Healthcare Success Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) is the world's largest healthcare company. Founded in the United States in 1886, the company has been profitable for 75 straight years and currently operates 250 subsidiary companies in 57 countries (Johnson & Johnson [JNJ], n.d.). JNJ’s products fall into three segments: pharmaceuticals, with 39% of total sales, medical devices and diagnostics with 36%, and consumer products, with 25% (JNJ, n.d.). Additionally, the company employs

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  • Johnson and Johnson

    Johnson & Johnson Company I. History Johnson and Johnson is an American multinational pharmaceutical, medical devices and consumer packaged goods manufacturing company. Johnson and Johnson was founded in 1886 in New Brunswick, New Jersey by three brothers Robert Wood Johnson, James Wood Johnson, and Edward Mead Johnson. Between 1888 and 1921 Johnson and Johnson had a lot of first with products such as first aid kits, dental floss, sanitary napkins for women, band aids, baby powder( which later

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  • J&J Johnson and Johnson

    Johnson & Johnson study case Written by Bernd Muxel Table of content SWOT Johnson & Johnson…………………………………....…..…………………..….3 Market situation………………………………………………………..………………... 3 What to do in the Future……………………………………………………..……..…….4 List of literature……………………………………………..……………………..…….4 SWOT Johnson & Johnson Johnson and Johnson is known as the largest and most extensive healthcare producer on the planet. The company has divisions straight through consumer markets, pharmaceutical

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  • Johnson and Johnson

    Mission : Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) is a global American pharmaceutical, medical devices and consumer packaged goods manufacturer founded in 1886. The company's founder wrote a statement of its values called "our Credo" in 1943 and this still dominates the company's culture. Firstly, “We believe our first responsibility is to the doctors, nurses and patients, to mothers and fathers and all others who use our products and services”.Secondly,” We are responsible to our employees, the men and

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  • Johnson

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  • Johnson Johnson

    History of Johnson & Johnson Johnson & Johnson was first found by three brothers, Robert Wood Johnson, James Wood Johnson and Edward Mead Johnson in New Brunswick, New Jersey, U.S. In 1873, the company was named Seabury & Johnson and led by Robert Wood Johnson. It focussed on medical products business with his partner, George Seabury. Robert then hired his brothers, Edward and James to work with the company. Later on, in 1886, the two younger brothers left Seabury & Johnson and formed

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  • Johnson & Johnson Case Study

    Johnson & Johnson Over the years Johnson & Johnson has grown substantially due to strategic acquisitions expanding in a wide range of product lines such as Neutrogena in 1994, DePuy in 1998 and Pfizer in 2006. Currently holding over 250 different businesses separated into three divisions: Pharmaceuticals, Medical Devices & Diagnostics, and Consumer products. Historically such divisions have thrived through the decentralized, entrepreneurship culture (Dess, Lumpkin, Eisner, & McNamara, 2014)

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  • Johnson

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  • Johnson Turnaround

    CASE ANALYSIS: JOHNSON TURNAROUND * INTRODUCTION AND ISSUE RELATED TO THE COMPANY Johnson Pte Ltd (JPL) is a public non-listed subsidiary of FMCG group of companies based in southern Indian region. At first, it is a wholly-owned Indian government company. However, it was taken by Hong Kong group companies with 80% acquisition of the shareholdings after 20 years of operation. Johnson Pte Ltd manufactured and distributed a wide range of product including foods and commodities. Besides, it also

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  • Johnson & Johnson—Retirement Obligations

    Johnson & Johnson—Retirement Obligations a. i. An employer with a defined-contribution plan pays into the plan either an annual lump-sum per employee or calculates payments based on the employees‟ current wages and or time of service with the firm. Under such a plan, the employer does not guarantee the future amounts employees will receive when they retire. The employees covered by a defined-contribution plan assume the risk for the pension plan‟s financial performance. Under a defined-benefit plan

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  • Samuel Johnson

    On April 15, 1755, Samuel Johnson published his two-volume Dictionary of the English Language. It wasn't the first English dictionary[->0] (more than 20 had appeared over the preceding two centuries), but in many ways it was the most remarkable. Unsuccessful as a schoolmaster in his hometown of Lichfield, Staffordshire (the few students he had were put off by his "oddities of manner and uncouth gesticulations"--most likely the effects of Tourette syndrome), Johnson moved to London in 1737 to make

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  • Johnson&Johnson

    Johnson & Johnson is a multinational, medical device, pharmaceutical and consumer packaged goods manufacturer founded in 1886. One of the biggest health care com panies in the world was recently hurt by recalls, causing thousands of lawsuits and a new CEO being hired. Alex Gorsky, the new CEO of J&J, will face multiple challenges including making sure products are safe for the consumers. J&J was known for product safety, but the many recalls have caused consumers to question what

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  • Johnson & Johnson

    | Johnson & JohnsonSubmitted to:Submitted by: Date: 31st December, 2014 | | | | | | | | Index Particulars | Pg.Nos. | Introduction(about co., credo, history, subsidiary holdings, product) | 03 | Strategic framework | | Environmental analysis(PESTEL,Porter,SWOT,competitor, value chain) | | Business level strategy | | Corporate level strategy | | Strategic acquisitions | | Corporate governance | | References | 12 | Introduction Johnson & Johnson is

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  • Johnson & Johnson Case

    Johnson & Johnson’s Quality Catastrophe Individual Case Study Analysis Johnson & Johnson is a multinational medical devices, pharmaceutical, and consumers packaged goods manufacturer founded in 1886. Until 2005, this corporation ranked at the top of Harris Interactive National Corporate Reputation survey, and was also ranked as the world’s most respected corporation by Barron’s Magazine. This global corporation is made up of 250 subsidiary companies with operations in over 57 countries

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  • Johnson & Johnson Analysis Report

    Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) is the world’s second largest and mostly broadly based manufacturer of health care products. The company holds a significant share of the consumer and pharmaceutical markets, and is the world's largest developer and manufacturer of medical treatment and diagnostic devices. Johnson & Johnson the global American medical devices, pharmaceutical, and consumer package goods manufacturer started when Robert Wood Johnson was inspired by a speech. Robert Johnson then teamed

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  • Johnson

    members: Chang Zhang: 5979309 Ming Zhi: 5515543 Lu Cao: 5949139 Ya Lei Qiang: 4119832 Xuechen Wang: 6443412 Table of content 1. Background information 3 1.1 Bayer 3 1.2 Johnson & Johnson 4 2. Vertical and horizontal analysis 5 2.1 Bayer’s Horizontal Analysis of the Income Statement 5 2.2 Johnson & Johnson 10 3. Ratio analysis 15 3.1 Profitability 15 3.2 Liquidity ratios 16 3.3 Efficiency 17 3.4 Gearing 18 3.5 Investment 19 4. Recommend and explain which company is more

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  • Johnson and Johnson Report

    competing companies that may have contributed to their honorable reputation as one of the best corporate citizens in 2009, and (2) inform the managers of Johnson & Johnson about possible policies and practices that can help their company become a better corporate citizen. By implementing these new strategies, the goal is to enable Johnson & Johnson to be included on the Forbes list of 100 Best Corporate Citizens for 2011. In order to discover the methods in how these competing companies have earned

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  • Johnson and Johnson

    JOHNSON AND JOHNSON MKT/421 JUNE 25, 2015 JOHNSON AND JOHNSON SEGMENTATION Segmentation consists of variables that can be seen in demographics (population), geographic (location) and financial information. For both consumer and business segmentation you can easily get the information from government reports (census), researching other reports (news media), Wall Street Journal and other reporting financials. Segmentation will offer

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  • Johnson & Johnson (a): Philosophy & Culture

    Johnson  &  Johnson  (A):  Philosophy  &  Culture       Team  G       Shreya  Agarwal   Adriàn  Cabrera   Jonasz  Friedlender   Gianmarco  Panone   Logan  Schlutz   Rayan  Seif                     Corporate  Strategy     Professor  JOSE  ANTONIO  MARTINEZ  MARCOS     IE  Business  School     Submitted  April

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  • Jack Johnson

    equals to whites, Jack Johnson refused to be oppressed by racist America. He was both unafraid and uncompromising. He went wherever he chose, did whatever he wanted, and controversially had sexual relations with whichever race of women he wanted. As a boxer, Johnson went from being an unknown to the first African American heavyweight champion of the world. With little regard for his safety, he destroyed white fighters when blacks were expected to submit to whites. Johnson saw himself as an equal

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  • Hmj- Johnson & Johnson Final Report

    04/26/2013 Healthcare Johnson & Johnson Ticker: JNJ Recommendation: Buy Company Current Price: $84.83 Implied Price: $93.03 Investment Thesis Key Statistics Logo 50-Day Moving Average Johnson & Johnson is one of America’s largest companies, and it has a massive assortment of consumer brand holdings which will provide it with consistent growth.  The company is growing through acquisitions that allow them to capture more market share, particularly in markets outside

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  • Marketing Plan Johnson&Johnson

    department in a firm will usually have a plan detailing what their objectives are and how they plan to achieve them. All plans must support the overall corporate objectives of the organisation, irrespective of individual department aims.  Johnson & Johnson is a company of enduring strength. They've been privileged to play a role in helping millions of people the world over be well and stay well through more than a century of change. As the science of human health and well-being has grown, they've

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  • Market Structure of Johnson & Johnson as Oligopoly

    examined in this paper is Johnson & Johnson. Johnson & Johnson has more than 265 operating companies in 60 different countries worldwide. Within these 265 operating companies worldwide, Johnson & Johnson employs approximately 126,500 people. The Johnson & Johnson website states: “Employees of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies work with partners in health care to touch the lives of over a billion people every day, throughout the world” (2016). Johnson & Johnson’s worldwide

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  • Johnson Johnson Financial Analysis

    Universidad Interamericana de Arecibo MBA Program of Business and Administration Johnson & Johnson: Company Analysis By: Rosemarie Aviles I. INTRODUCTION The purpose of this paper is to analyze the financial performance of Johnson & Johnson. The analysis includes a brief background of the company, discussion over the economic outlook and market competition, followed by its financial performance, and article that talks about the company’s portfolio and credit ranking. Comments

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  • Johnson and Johnson

    Introduction of Johnson &Johnson As a consumer, you’re familiar with the name. The rich heritage brands from their operating companies have helped people around the world, and chances are your own family has trusted their products for generations. Johnson & Johnson is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of health care products in the industry. Their products touch the lives of nearly a billion people every day. Their operating companies around the world compete in consumer

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  • Johnson and Johnson

    ABOUT THE COMPANY 1. Details about the promoters of the company. Johnson and Johnson 2. Vision and Mission of the company credo, it states that as a company, their first and number one responsibility is to the doctors, nurses, patients, mothers, fathers, employees, communities, and stockholders. Their credo challenges them to put the needs and well-being of the people they serve first. * Provide high quality products for doctors, nurses, patients, and parents. * Treat employees

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  • Johnson & Johnson Professional Communications Proposa

    Executive Summary This report provides an analysis of professional communications of Johnson & Johnson, a large multinational pharmaceutical company. The purpose of this paper is to respond to feedback obtained during the Fiscal Year 2015 Employee Satisfaction Survey. During this survey employees were asked to react to questions pertaining to professional communications trends in their offices. They were asked questions about inter-office communications, how they are assigned tasks, satisfaction

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  • Johnson

    1- El video nos muestra la historia del gigante Johnson & Johnson desde su humilde inicio, nos explica como todo empezó por la preocupación de unos padres por perder a todos sus hijos, el video nos muestra como el ingenio y la preocupación por la humanidad ocasionaron que su fundador se imaginara nuevos tipos de medicamentos que ayudarían a mejorar la salud mundial, también muestra cómo se asoció con otras personas que contribuyeron de igual o mayor manera a esta causa. La “línea del tiempo”

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  • Johnson Johnson Financial Analysis

    analyze the financial performance of Johnson & Johnson. The analysis includes a brief background of the company, discussion over the economic outlook and market competition, followed by its financial performance, and article that talks about the company’s portfolio and credit ranking. Comments about the company’s future are also included along with the conclusion and references. II. BACKGROUND Johnson & Johnson Corporation was founded in 1886 by Robert Wood Johnson, an American entrepreneur and industrialist

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  • Johnson an Johnson and Exxon Valdez

    Case Study Johnson and Johnson & Exxon Lucille Marjorie C. Curitana BMC I-2 Prof. Hero Hernandez Background Information Oriental Nicety, formerly Exxon Valdez ("valdez" pronounced val-deez), Exxon Mediterranean, SeaRiver Mediterranean, S/R Mediterranean, Mediterranean, and Dong Fang Ocean is an oil tanker that gained notoriety after running aground in Prince William Soundspilling hundreds of thousands of barrels of crude oil in Alaska. On March 24, 1989, while owned by the

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  • Johnson & Johnson

    shareholders last. Because companies sell trust and if you put the customers first then you’re showing that you care for them. In return, the customers will feel secure and confident to buy the company’s products or services. For example Johnson & Johnson company’s credos is “A company that put customers first and shareholders last ultimately benefited both groups”. I don't think the company would have recovered from the incident of tampering with Tylenol in 1982 if the CEO, Burke, did not

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  • Betsey Johnson

    wearer to life, drawing attention to her beauty and specialness, her moods and movements, her dreams and fantasies.” -Betsey Johnson A journalist once quoted, "If Betsey Johnson didn't exist, we would have to invent her, simply to remind ourselves that fashion can be fun. She's the original wild child and set to paint the town pink!" (www.betseyjohnson.com) Betsey Johnson is not only a reminder to all that fashion can be fun, but she is also a reminder to all that individuality and uniqueness

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  • Quality Control Failures at Johnson & Johnson

    manufactured by McNeil Consumer Healthcare, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson. The product was laced with cyanide. At the time Johnson & Johnson claimed no responsibility of the poisoning tablets but it did recall all its products from shelves of drug stores and supermarkets and replaced the capsule drug with tablets. The company came very openly and declared that they would never sell unsafe products to its customer. Johnson & Johnson at the time was praised in the media for the way they handled

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  • Internal and External Facts of Johnson & Johnson

    Internal and External facts of Johnson & Johnson's management functions Akiko Yarita-Chiba, Charlene Meadows, Jana Davis, Jesse Tarpay, Nicole Biffle MGT/230 April 16th, 2012 Professor Angela Guest University of Phoenix Internal and External facts of Johnson & Johnson's management functions Planning Globalization Due to globalization, management must adjust how it plans when it comes to the four functions of management. With globalization

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  • Safe Kids Canada, Johnson and Johnson

      History and backgrounds  Johnson and Johnson is an American multinational pharmaceutical, medical devices and consumer packaged goods manufacturer found in 1886. The corporation’s head quarter is located in New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States and its consumer division in being located in Skillman, New Jersey. It includes around 250 subsidiary companies operating in more than 57 countries and products sold in over 175 countries. Johnson and Johnson had worldwide pharmaceutical sales of

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  • Johnson and Johnson

    Assignment #1 Johnson & Johnson and Guidant FIN 648 February 13, 2006 Shreyasee Kothari Shalini Ramchandren Mattia Valdisolo William Smith Guidant, a company in the surgical & medical instruments & apparatus, is in the process of being acquired by Johnson & Johnson (J&J), a company that engages in the manufacturing and selling of various products in the health care field. By evaluating each company’s current strategy, it can help to decipher if J&J is undertaking a company

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  • Johnson & Johnson

    Accounting 461-Project No.1 Part I JOHNSON & JOHNSON Corporation HISTORY Johnson & Johnson is an American multinational medical device, pharmaceutical and consumer packaged goods manufacturer founded in 1886. Its common stock is a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the company is listed among the Fortune 500. Johnson & Johnson consistently ranks at the top of Harris Interactive National Corporate Reputation Survey,[2] ranking as the world's most respected company by

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  • Averch Effect

    The Averch-Johnson Effect Economics of Competition and Monopoly 1 Rate of Return Regulation This form of regulation in its purest form takes costs as exogenous and observable and forms prices on the basis of observed costs included and appropriate rate of return on capital. One of the principal criticisms that have arisen for the kind of rate of return regulation practised in the United States is that the incentive for productive efficiency are reduced. In particular the input choice of the

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  • Averch Johnson Effect

    The Averch-Johnson Effect Economics of Competition and Monopoly 1 Rate of Return Regulation This form of regulation in its purest form takes costs as exogenous and observable and forms prices on the basis of observed costs included and appropriate rate of return on capital. One of the principal criticisms that have arisen for the kind of rate of return regulation practised in the United States is that the incentive for productive efficiency are reduced. In particular the input choice of

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  • Shawn Johnson

    Lianne Zettel Informative Speech 7/9/2012 TOPIC: American Olympian Gymnast- Shawn Johnson SPECIFIC PURPOSE: To inform the audience about Shawn Johnson’s life before, during, and after her career as an Olympic gymnast. THESIS: Shawn Johnson was a young Gold medalist of the 2008 Summer Olympics who has endured a journey as an elite-gymnast into retirement at age 20. Introduction I. The Olympic flag contains five rings that represent the five major regions of the world- a. Africa,

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  • A Johnson and Johnson Crisis

    A Johnson and Johnson Crisis Amanda Ferri University of Phoenix Darci DelTorto Tuesday, June 5, 2012 In 1955, McNeil Pharmacies introduced the first aspirin-free pain reliever for children and called it Tylenol Elixir. In 1959 when Johnson and Johnson acquired the brand, the medicine’s net sales were $11.4 million and by the following year the prescription only drug was approved for sale over the counter. In 1961, the sales of Tylenol kept rising and options for the drug kept growing and now

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  • Johnson & Johnson

    Johnson & Johnson Johnson & Johnson is known around the world today as the most competitive and broadly based manufacturer of health care products. J & J also provides other services to the pharmaceutical and medical diagnostic markets. In 1887, three brothers, Robert Wood, Edward Mead, and James Wood Johnson set out to create Johnson & Johnson; which became one of the largest health care companies. The company started in Brunswick, New Jersey with only fourteen employees, today employs more

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