In their newest corporate parody, the folks over at Wallstrip take to the streets to find out what Johnson & Johnson product consumers are most, um, intimately familiar with.
Watch the video here.
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) itself had a mixed day. The health care products company was sued for negligently marketing and selling Infant Tylenol Cold Plus, a cold medication that allegedly led to the death of a six-month-old girl. In the good news column, a judge upheld a $226.3 million patent infringement verdict against Medtronic, stemming from a J&J legal victory back in September.