Ten fun facts about Johnson & Johnson


Fact 1
Robert Wood Johnson's granddaughter was the first baby that appeared on a Johnson&Johnson baby powder label.

Fact 2
The FDA approved a tuberculosis drug created by Johnson&Johnson in 2012, which is the first medicine in 40 years to fight the disease.

Fact 3
Between 1896 and 1897, the employees of the company manufactured the first mass produced sanitary protection products for women.


Fact 4
The company has set goals to keep themselves environmentally friendly and has ranked third among the United States largest companies in 'Newsweek's' "Green Rankings".

Fact 5
"Working Mother" Magazine named Johnson&Johnson one of the best companies for working mothers in 2013.

Fact 6
As of 2013, the company had a total net income $13.831 billion and a revenue of $71.312 billion.

Fact 7
Johnson&Johnson employs over 128,000 people and has over 275 operating companies in over 60 countries worldwide.

Fact 8
The company is not only known for its diversity, but it is the only healthcare company in the top 50 'Best Global Green Brands' listed by "Interbrand".

Fact 9
The red cross symbol of the company had issues with the Red Cross Charity's use of the symbol, but both parties eventually agreed to both use the symbol.

Fact 10
The pharmaceutical segment of the company invested at least $5.3 billion in 2012 on research and development.


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An American multinational manufacturer of medical devices, consumer and pharmaceutical goods.

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