The story cited Johnson & Johnson's corporate blog, JNJ BTW, for providing safety tips for kids and information about corporate wellness programs but also called the blog "self-congratulatory" in how it talked about corporate programs and updates.
The company responded on its blog, explaining why it chooses to post items about J&J as well as related health information. It noted "there is space for people at companies to blog about what they are doing and who they are working with."
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