• Johnson & Johnson is sliding after a jury awarded $4.69 billion to 22 women who said its talcum baby powder gave them cancer

    3 days ago - By Business Insider

    Johnson & Johnson on Thursday was ordered to pay $4.69 billion to the 22 women who said its talcum baby powder gave them ovarian cancer.
    It was the sixth-largest product-defect award in US history.
    Johnson & Johnson shares were down 2.68% early Friday.
    Watch Johnson & Johnson trade in real time here .
    Shares of Johnson & Johnson were sliding Friday morning, down 2.68%, the day after a St. Louis jury awarded $4.69 billion to the 22 women who said its talcum baby powder gave them ovarian cancer.
    The jury's award was the sixth-largest product-defect award in US history, consisting of $550...
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  • Johnson & Johnson is sliding after a jury awarded $4.69 billion to 22 women who said its talcum baby powder gave them cancer

    Johnson & Johnson is sliding after a jury awarded $4.69 billion to 22 women who said its talcum baby powder gave them cancer

    3 days ago - By Business Insider

    Johnson & Johnson on Thursday was ordered to pay $4.69 billion to the 22 women who said its talcum baby powder gave them ovarian cancer.
    It was the sixth-largest product-defect award in US history.
    Johnson & Johnson shares were down 2.68% early Friday.
    Watch Johnson & Johnson trade in real time here .
    Shares of Johnson & Johnson were sliding Friday morning, down 2.68%, the day after a St. Louis jury awarded $4.69 billion to the 22 women who said its talcum baby powder gave them ovarian cancer.
    The jury's award was the sixth-largest product-defect award in US history, consisting of $550...
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  • Johnson & Johnson Ordered To Pay $4.7 Billion In Latest Talc Case

    Johnson & Johnson Ordered To Pay $4.7 Billion In Latest Talc Case

    3 days ago - By Huffington Post

    The verdict is the largest J&J has faced to date over allegations that its talc-based products cause cancer.
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  • Johnson & Johnson is sliding after a jury awarded $4.69 billion to 22 women who said its talcum baby powder gave them cancer

    Johnson & Johnson is sliding after a jury awarded $4.69 billion to 22 women who said its talcum baby powder gave them cancer

    3 days ago - By Business Insider

    Johnson & Johnson on Thursday was ordered to pay $4.69 billion to the 22 women who said its talcum baby powder gave them ovarian cancer.
    It was the sixth-largest product-defect award in US history.
    Johnson & Johnson shares were down 2.68% early Friday.
    Watch Johnson & Johnson trade in real time here .
    Shares of Johnson & Johnson were sliding Friday morning, down 2.68%, the day after a St. Louis jury awarded $4.69 billion to the 22 women who said its talcum baby powder gave them ovarian cancer.
    The jury's award was the sixth-largest product-defect award in US history, consisting of $550...
    Read more ...

     

  • Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $4.7bn in talc cancer lawsuit

    Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $4.7bn in talc cancer lawsuit

    3 days ago - By RT

    A jury in the US state of Missouri has awarded $4.7 billion in total damages to 22 women and their families after they claimed asbestos in Johnson & Johnson talcum powder contributed to their ovarian cancer.
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  • J&J ordered to pay $4.7 billion to women after claims its products gave them cancer

    J&J ordered to pay $4.7 billion to women after claims its products gave them cancer

    3 days ago - By Business Insider

    Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay $4.69 billion to women who said its baby powder product gave them ovarian cancer, following a jurors' ruling on Thursday.
    The St Louis city court decision is the 6th largest product defect award in US history and could open up long-term problems for J&J as claims build against it.
    The company's shares fell 1.4% after the verdict on Thursday, but the it has appealed against them.
    Fortune 500 company, Johnson & Johnson, has been ordered to pay $4.69 billion to women who argued in court that its talc products contained asbestos and caused them to...
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  • J&J ordered to pay $4.7 billion to women after claims its products gave them cancer

    J&J ordered to pay $4.7 billion to women after claims its products gave them cancer

    3 days ago - By Business Insider

    Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay $4.69 billion to women who said its baby powder product gave them ovarian cancer, following a jurors' ruling on Thursday.
    The St Louis city court decision is the 6th largest product defect award in US history and could open up long-term problems for J&J as claims build against it.
    The company's shares fell 1.4% after the verdict on Thursday, but the it has appealed against them.
    Fortune 500 company, Johnson & Johnson, has been ordered to pay $4.69 billion to women who argued in court that its talc products contained asbestos and caused them to...
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  • Does J&J's Baby Powder Cause Cancer? A Jury Just Said Yes With an Enormous $4.69 Billion Penalty

    Does J&J's Baby Powder Cause Cancer? A Jury Just Said Yes With an Enormous $4.69 Billion Penalty

    3 days ago - By Fortune

    Johnson & Johnson has been hit with its biggest penalty yet over the allegation that its talcum powders cause cancer.
    A Missouri jury decided Thursday that the pharma and consumer goods giant should pay a whopping $4.69 billion-$550 million in compensatory damages and $4.14 billion in punitive damages-to 22 women who say J&J's talc-based products gave them ovarian cancer.
    The claims rest on the fact that talc, a clay mineral, is often found in deposits alongside asbestos ore, which definitely is a cancer risk.
    J&J says there is no asbestos in its baby powder and other talc-based products...
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  • Jury Awards $4.7 Billion To Women In Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder Suit

    Jury Awards $4.7 Billion To Women In Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder Suit

    3 days ago - By NPR

    The award, reportedly the largest-ever in such a case, was awarded to 22 women and their families who claim asbestos in the powder contributed to their ovarian cancer. The company plans an appeal.
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