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What to watch for as J&J gets ready to split into two separate companies next year

Johnson & Johnson products for sale in New York.
Scott Mlyn | CNBC

Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) is preparing next year to spin off its consumer health unit into a publicly traded company separate from its pharmaceutical and medical technology operations. Ahead of the split, Morgan Stanley put out a research note, highlighting some of the debates in the market over the move, which would result in a consumer brands company called Kenvue and a pharma company with the J&J moniker.