Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc., New Brunswick, NJ
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Johnson & Johnson Services is a global American pharmaceutical, medical device and consumer packaged-goods company. Band-Aid, Tylenol, Neutrogena, Clean and Clear, Acuvue and Johnson’s baby products are among its well-known consumer labels. The company’s two top-selling medications are the psoriasis drug Remicade and the schizophrenia medication Risperdal. The U.S. Department of Justice brought a lawsuit against the company in 2010, alleging it illegally marketed drugs between 1999 and 2004 to Omnicare, a company that dispenses drugs in nursing homes.
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