Manufacturing issues continue to plague Johnson & Johnson's McNeil Consumer Healthcare unit, this time related to problems with the active pharmaceutical ingredient in some Motrin for infants.
Alex Gorsky, in his first earnings call since taking the CEO spot at Johnson & Johnson, listed a lot of priorities--there is a lot to be fixed at the pharmaceutical and consumer products company--but getting over-the-counter products like Tylenol and Motrin back into the hands of consumers remains his number one "short term priority."
Johnson & Johnson's consumer healthcare unit is recalling another children's Tylenol product. This time, it's not manufacturing failures spurring the recall, but a dosing system that...
A Washington couple is suing Johnson & Johnson ($JNJ) over the death of their 2-year-old son, claiming the company didn't do enough to warn patients about quality-control problems with its
In the sort of coincidental timing that suggests that the universe has an ironic sense of humor, Johnson & Johnson ($JNJ) has recalled 12 million bottles of Motrin, just as an investor lawsuit
Has any drugmaker suffered more tarballs to its good name than Johnson & Johnson ($JNJ) over the past year? Recalls, lawsuits, government probes, guilty pleas--it's been one negative headline
A Philadelphia jury levied a $10 million judgment against Johnson & Johnson in a liability lawsuit over its Motrin fever and pain reliever. After deliberating for 10 hours, the jury decided to
Johnson & Johnson failed to warn parents that its Children's Motrin and Children's Tylenol pain relievers can cause severe allergic reactions, a lawyer for the family of a girl allegedly injured
Johnson & Johnson's recall scandal has surfaced again. The state of Oregon has sued J&J over that so-called "phantom" recall of faulty Motrin tablets, saying that the company's delay in
Consumers are accusing Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) of fraud and racketeering in a lawsuit stemming from its recent children's drug recall. The buyers of those recalled meds are demanding cash