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Johnson & Johnson to Separate its Consumer Health Business

Johnson & Johnson announced on November 12, 2021, that it is planning to separate its Consumer Health Business and create a new publicly traded Consumer Health Company. The press release states that the planned separation is expected to provide enhanced operational performance, drive growth, and unlock significant value.  As the press release states:

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According to its press release, the new Consumer Health Company will have a portfolio of brands and companies such as Neutrogena, AVEENO®, Tylenol®, Listerine®, JOHNSON’s®, BAND-AID®, and others.  The new Johnson & Johnson will maintain its pharmaceutical capabilities (including DARZALEX, ERLEADA, IMBRUVICA, STELARA and TREMFYA) and medical device capabilities in interventional solutions, orthopaedics, surgery, and vision.

According to the press release, the new Johnson & Johnson expects to generate revenue of approximately $77 billion USD while the new Consumer Health Company is expected to generate revenue of approximately $15 billion USD in full year 2021. The planned separation is to be completed in 18 to 24 months.

Johnson & Johnson’s press release is available here.