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Johnson and Johnson hygiene products for sale in a supermarket in Madrid, Spain.

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Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) — an iconic, 136-year-old American enterprise — will soon reshape itself, separating its division that makes Tylenol, Band-Aids, and other consumer health products into a standalone public company. The Club holding’s upcoming transaction highlights an advantageous tool that management teams can use to boost shareholder value: divestitures.

Source: CNBC


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