Tag Archives: J&J
By Pharm Exec | Published: March 25, 2014
The approval last year of Johnson & Johnson’s (J&J) treatment for tuberculosis (bedaquiline) — at the time the first TB drug approval in 40 years — “remains an exception to the generally gloomy outlook” for investment in TB R&D, writes Andrew Ward in this week’s Financial Times.
By Marylyn Donahue | Published: January 8, 2014
Frontrunners in Innovation: New Drug Approvals 2013 Trying to nail down the actual number of new drugs approvals in 2013 is like trying to swat a fly—it can be highly illusive. Safe to say, however, as 2013 drew to a close, the total number of new did not match 2012’s high of 39. And yet, […]
By Ben Comer | Published: February 7, 2012
At the digital marketing-focused ePharma Summit in New York this week, many of the problems and frustrations related to the “big three” – Facebook, Twitter and YouTube – were hashed out for umpteenth time.
By admin | Published: June 2, 2010
In 1982, Johnson & Johnson garnered an enduring amount of goodwill when, seemingly without any thought of lost profit, it immediately yanked Tylenol from the shelves nationwide after learning someone was slipping cyanide into bottles in Chicago. The company’s sure and swift PR response became the model for crisis management for the corporate world. But […]