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It sold its medical imaging business to Avista in January for $525 million and plans by year end to file an initial public offering to sell about 10%, but no more than 20%, of its Mead Johnson nutritionals business.
The group said it will sell its USA-based medical-imaging business and is exploring alternatives for its ConvaTec wound healing unit and Indiana, USA, based Mead Johnson nutritionals unit.
In 1996, he was named President of Bristol-Myers Squibb's worldwide beauty care business and was later named a senior vice president with additional responsibility for Mead Johnson Nutritionals.
WASHINGTON - Mead Johnson Nutritionals is recalling a batch of specialty formula used for babies and others with rare digestive diseases after an infant who was tube-fed the formula died of a rare infection.
Mead Johnson Nutritionals, Nestle SA, PepsiCo, Inc.
Mead Johnson Nutritionals has introduced a new product that offers a tasty treat and all the calcium you need.
Heinz, Mead Johnson Nutritionals, Merck Consumer Care, Newell Rubbermaid, Inc.
Smidt worked for Mead Johnson Nutritionals where he helped develop and market the well-known energy drink, Boost.