Health care giant Johnson& Johnson is increasing its dividend for the 54th consecutive year, news that cheered shareholders at a low-key annual meeting Thursday. CEO Alex Gorsky said the quarterly dividend will rise by 5 cents to 80 cents, "in recognition of our 2015 results, strong financial position and confidence in" J&J's future. Meanwhile, preliminary... » Read More
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