- Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) appoints Jesse Wu, worldwide chairman of its consumer segment, as chairman of Johnson & Johnson China, a new position that's part of JNJ's effort to increase sales and centralize corporate oversight.
- JNJ's three Chinese operations have been reporting to separate business heads in the U.S.
- Lynn Pendergrass, a Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) senior VP overseeing the printing and personal systems businesses for the Americas, will join JNJ, taking over Wu's job as head of the global consumer business.
J&J puts Chinese businesses under single local chairman
Aug 27 2013, 16:54 ET