In time for Valentine’s Day, we posed a heartfelt question to Johnson & Johnson’s Chief Historian: What artifact from the archives do you love best?
For Women’s Equality Day, our Chief Historian celebrates Edith Von Kuster’s groundbreaking role and how it set the tone for company culture in the century-plus to come.
Not all companies have a Chief Historian. Then again, not all companies have such a long, rich heritage of innovation. Margaret Gurowitz explains the highlights—and delights—of her unique job.
As Memorial Day approaches, we’re honoring the life of the famous poet and service member, known for his iconic “Trees” poem, who was the son of the company’s first Scientific Director—and a writer for Johnson & Johnson.
With college basketball tournaments in full swing, we’re passing on company hoops history that dates back more than a century.
Lights, camera, action! Fun stories of when Hollywood played a starring role in Johnson & Johnson’s history
In time for awards show season, we roll out our own red carpet to reveal which old-school stars and starlets of the silver screen had connections to the company.
A day in modern industry: The Johnson & Johnson program that gave high school kids a peek into the working world
Before there was Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, this trailblazing program gave thousands of students the chance to shadow people across the company.
As Thanksgiving approaches, we’re taking a look at the giving back ethos of the historic Laurel Club—an all-women employee group that helped lay the groundwork for the company’s lasting dedication to helping those in need.
To help support the influx of immigrants that were calling America home in the early 20th century, the company translated its ads and materials for pharmacists into 15 languages.
Fun fact for your next summer BBQ: The company holdings once included the premier sausage casing manufacturer. Our in-house historian gets to the meat of the story.