Why does this not surprise me?

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We believe our first responsibility is to our shareholders, not the doctors, nurses, and patients.

Like clockwork, Gorsky authorizes a $5B buyback because he sees a buying opportunity on the $50 billion in market cap that was lost since the talc report came out. Even when JNJ is exposed for cover-ups, they take advantage of the situation.

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Gorsky trying to set the truth free, except there is proof JNJ knew of these documents for decades.

We believe our first responsibility is to our shareholders, not the doctors, nurses, and patients.

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Just thinK about this: they knew for decades about asbestos in baby powder. Baby powder - FOR KIDS!

  • It says that from 1971 to the early 2000s, J&J executives, mine managers, doctors and lawyers were aware the company’s raw talc and finished powders sometimes tested positive for small amounts of asbestos.

How can these people live with themselves? This means that probably anyone reading this used JNJ baby powder that contained asbestos! Our parents (and us as parents) trusted JNJ with our children and look what happened.

Gorsky trying to set the truth free, except there is proof JNJ knew of these documents for decades.

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Profit above all...JnJ sure knows how to show people what real greed and corporate corruption looks like. For people that are keen on dismantling all regulation, this is how companies will behave even with regulation in place..can you imagine how buck wild they will be if there's no regulation at all?

incredibly well said. JNJ needs to be held accountable for these actions.

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Profit above all...JnJ sure knows how to show people what real greed and corporate corruption looks like. For people that are keen on dismantling all regulation, this is how companies will behave even with regulation in place..can you imagine how buck wild they will be if there's no regulation at all?


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Profit above all...JnJ sure knows how to show people what real greed and corporate corruption looks like. For people that are keen on dismantling all regulation, this is how companies will behave even with regulation in place..can you imagine how buck wild they will be if there's no regulation at all?

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Just thinK about this: they knew for decades about asbestos in baby powder. Baby powder - FOR KIDS!

  • It says that from 1971 to the early 2000s, J&J executives, mine managers, doctors and lawyers were aware the company’s raw talc and finished powders sometimes tested positive for small amounts of asbestos.

How can these people live with themselves? This means that probably anyone reading this used JNJ baby powder that contained asbestos! Our parents (and us as parents) trusted JNJ with our children and look what happened.

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J&J stock down 9% on this report. What an awful company goes against everything their PR and marketing companies try to convey through their marketing. Hopefully the media and general public will start to wake up.

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