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CNBC Global CFO Council

Dominic Caruso, Johnson & Johnson

Dominic Caruso
Dominic Caruso

Dominic Caruso, vice president, finance, and chief financial officer, serves as a member of Johnson & Johnson's Executive Committee and has responsibility for financial and investor relations activities, as well as the company's procurement organization. He assumed his position in January 2007.

Caruso joined the corporation in October 1999 as chief financial officer for Centocor, with the completion of the merger of Centocor and Johnson & Johnson. Prior to joining Johnson & Johnson, he had been with Centocor since 1985 with responsibilities for finance, information management, investor relations, procurement and facility services. He also served as general manager of Centocor's Diagnostic Division. Prior to joining Centocor, he had varied industry experiences with the audit and tax services firm KPMG.

In 2001, Caruso was named vice president of finance for Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical and a member of its management board. He was named vice president, group finance for Medical Devices & Diagnostics, and a member of the Medical Devices & Diagnostics Group operating committee in May 2003. Caruso assumed responsibility for group finance in December 2005, the position he held until being named to his present position.

Caruso graduated from Drexel University with a B.S. in business administration. He currently serves on the board of trustees of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

CNBC Global CFO Council

CNBC Global CFO Council


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