J&J, Baxter, BMS Sit Near Top of Newsweek's Green Rankings

Getting some good news for a change, Johnson & Johnson ranks fourth among all companies in Newsweek's annual Green Rankings, ahead of other pharmaceuticals that made the top 100, including: Baxter, BMS, Allergan, Pfizer, Abbott, Lilly, Merck, and Hospira. To see how various drug makers fared among the top 500, use the drop-down menu on the link above to locate the pharmaceutical sector standings.



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