Johnson & Johnson: Is This Dow Stock Built to Last?
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Johnson & Johnson is an outstanding company that should perform very well over the long run. Despite intense competition in all of its various business lines, this company has performed very well decade after decade. In some respects, Johnson and Johnson is the prototypical "built-to-last" company. The video concludes with a discussion about J&J's remarkable culture.
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