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Does Johnson & Johnson Need a Lot More than Just a Band-Aid?

Everyone knows Johnson & Johnson, but not everyone knows how big this pharmaceutical and medical device giant really is. And they also may not realize how much it's recent series of drug recalls and management missteps have pummeled the blue chip stock.

Johnson & Johnson Recalls More Children's Medicines

Just days after Johnson & Johnson's Children's Tylenol started returning to store shelves, the health care giant has recalled about four million packages of Children's Benadryl allergy tablets and some 800,000 bottles of Junior Strength Motrin, citing manufacturing problems.

The 10 Biggest Brand Disasters of 2010

It's been a rough year for those in the branding business at big corporations. SEC investigations, massive product recalls and oil spills have taken a toll on the reputations, as well as the stock prices,of some of America's most well-known companies. Here are ten of the biggest disasters so far this year.

McNeil Expands Recall of Tylenol, Motrin, Benadryl

Johnson & Johnson subsidiary McNeil recalled another batch of over-the-counter medicines Thursday. The specific lots of Tylenol, Motrin and Benadryl products may have been contaminated with trace amounts of a chemical that gives them a musty or moldy odor.

No New Children's Tylenol on Shelves This Year

Johnson & Johnson said Thursday that the Fort Washington, Pa., facility where it produced children's medications will probably stay shut down for the rest of 2010, meaning that no new supplies of those medicines will be available this year.