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      Our heritage
      A black and white photo of an early Johnson & Johnson factory and sign

      What a year! 19 facts about what the world looked like when Johnson & Johnson went public

      When the company was first listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 1944, the world was a very different place. Case in point: A quart of milk cost 15 cents!
      Our heritage
      Anatomy of an IPO collage

      Anatomy of an IPO: The story of how Johnson & Johnson went public

      We trace the company’s 130-year evolution from a small operation with 14 employees to its IPO 75 years ago this month to its current standing as a forward-thinking healthcare leader.