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Country of residence : Unknown
Linked companies : Johnson & Johnson

Biography of James Swanson 
Currently, James D. Swanson holds the position of Global Chief Information Officer & Executive VP at Johnson & Johnson.


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James Swanson : Personal Network 
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07/12ELON MUSK : Musk tells SolarCity trial that Tesla would 'die' if he wasn't CEO
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07/15JAMIE DIMON : Analysis-JPMorgan hoards cash as Dimon expects rates to rise
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07/13RICHARD BRANSON : Virgin Galactic acknowledges Branson's pre-launch bike ride never happened
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07/20JEFF BEZOS : billionaire Bezos has successful suborbital jaunt
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07/13ELON MUSK : Musk defends timing of Tesla's $2.6 billion deal for SolarCity
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07/13BRUNELLO CUCINELLI : Italian luxury group Cucinelli raises 2021 sales forecast again
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04:53aJEFF BEZOS : Bezos-backed plant food firm NotCo joins unicorn club after latest funding
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07/22RYAN COHEN : Flush from Reddit rally, GameStop plots store revival
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07/18ALEXANDER NOVAK : Novak says Russia to raise oil output in H2
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07/20WILLIAM ACKMAN : Analysis-SPAC u-turn mars Ackman's hedge fund pivot
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