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How Johnson & Johnson Is Dealing With Its Trust Issues

Johnson & Johnson, the 133-year-old healthcare conglomerate behind Band-Aids, hip implants, and the new Ebola vaccine, has been under fire recently for contributing to a world of hurt. The New Jersey-based drugmaker has faced multimillion judgments over its role in the nation’s opioid epidemic as well its talc-containing baby powder product, which plaintiffs claimed caused their cancer. Gorsky, who spoke via Skype at the Fortune...

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Companies Can Help Fight Inequality. It Starts with More ‘Remote Workers’

The continued rise of economic inequality worldwide is a dire issue for social stability, and for companies who rely on a healthy consumer base. But business leaders who want to make a difference may find it challenging to address such a broad societal issue while also serving their own bottom line. Stephane Kasriel, CEO of staffing company Upwork, argued at the Fortune Global Forum in Paris on Monday for a policy that could be a...