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Johnson & Johnson (NYS: JNJ) announced that it would replace outgoing CEO William Weldon with vice chairman Alex Gorsky in April.
Intuit (NAS: INTU) delivered second-quarter results that beat estimates by $0.06, after moving its focus to Web-based services increased sales for the software maker.
Garmin (NAS: GRMN) smashed earnings estimates -- proving it takes more than smartphone apps to slow this company's growth.
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