Johnson & Johnson Chairman and CEO Bill Weldon was a guest on CNBC’s Squawk Box this morning for a 10-minute live interview. Mr. Weldon talked about changing demographics and how they affect our businesses, discussed opportunities and challenges for Johnson & Johnson, and spoke about the Company’s strong portfolio and pipeline. He outlined some of the ways that advances in science and technology are presenting tremendous opportunities for Johnson & Johnson to meet unmet medical needs and help advance health care, even in the face of current economic challenges. Two areas of unmet need that he highlighted were Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes. Mr. Weldon also discussed the importance of innovation during a challenging economic climate, and how that innovation can deliver products that can make a real difference in the health and well-being of patients and consumers.
Mr. Weldon also reaffirmed the company’s commitment to Our Credo throughout the interview and described its significant role within our culture and our decentralized business model.
Here’s the full interview with Mr. Weldon at CNBC's website: