In an Aug. 9, 2000 photo provided by Johnson & Johnson, President Bill Clinton, right, awards former Johnson & Johnson CEO James E. Burke the Presidential Medal of Freedom, in Washington. Burke, who helped the company expand dramatically around the world and steered it through the Tylenol poisonings in the 1980s, died on Friday, Sept. 28. He was 87. (AP Photo/PR Newsfoto, Camera1 NYC)

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In an Aug. 9, 2000 photo provided by Johnson & Johnson, President Bill Clinton, right, awards former Johnson & Johnson CEO James E. Burke the Presidential Medal of Freedom, in Washington. Burke, who helped the company expand dramatically around the world and steered it through the Tylenol poisonings in the 1980s, died on Friday, Sept. 28. He was 87. (AP Photo/PR Newsfoto, Camera1 NYC)
In an Aug. 9, 2000 photo provided by Johnson & Johnson, President Bill Clinton, right, awards former Johnson & Johnson CEO James E. Burke the Presidential Medal of Freedom, in Washington. Burke, who helped the company expand dramatically around the world and steered it through the Tylenol poisonings in the 1980s, died on Friday, Sept. 28. He was 87. (AP Photo/PR Newsfoto, Camera1 NYC)
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