J&J’s Third-Quarter Profit Beats Estimates on Drug SalesMichelle Fay Cortez
Johnson & Johnson, the world’s biggest maker of health-care products, beat analysts’ earnings estimates in the third quarter on demand for new prescription medicines and medical tools acquired with the Synthes Inc. purchase. The company raised its 2012 forecast.
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