Monthly Archives: February 2012

Johnson & Johnson’s CEO Steps Down

Following an embarrassing streak of recalls, Johnson & Johnson’s (J&J) longtime CEO, Bill Weldon, has announced his resignation as the health care giant’s top executive. Product recalls ranging from Tylenol to Benadryl have cost the company hundreds of millions of … Continue reading

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Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) Patrols Borders For Unsafe Products

In cooperation with border patrol officials, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has stopped millions of dangerous products from entering the United States. In the last two years alone, such efforts have yielded more than 6.5 million units of 1,700 … Continue reading

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Obama Makes Nomination for the Fifth CPSC Commissioner

President Obama has presented Marietta S Robinson as his nominee as a commissioner with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). If confirmed, Ms. Robinson would be in place as the fifth commissioner now leading the government agency. The CPSC … Continue reading

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