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To call Johnson & Johnson a corporate giant is a radical understatement: With revenues of 65 billion dollars a year and assets exceeding 113 billion dollars, this medical and pharmaceutical behemoth continues to thrive despite numerous scandals and several huge payment settlements. This unauthorized book by astute watcher of the rich famous Jerry Oppenheimer (Madoff with the Money; Martha Stewart) bares the savvy business strategies and gnarly legal struggles of this firm, but it will keep many readers turning pages even more eagerly with its accounts of Johnson family marriage drama and personal scandals. A ripe history of "the most dysfunctional family in the Fortune 500."