J&J agrees to pay $22.9 million to settle recall suit

Suit claims company misled investors about quality control, leading to recalls

The world’s largest health care products manufacturer has agreed to pay for its mistakes.

Earlier this week, Johnson & Johnson (J&J) agreed to pay $22.9 million to settle a class action lawsuit claiming it investors about quality-control failures that led to recalls, including the largest recall of over-the-counter children’s medicine in U.S. history.

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