In 1982 the corporation of Johnson and Johnson experienced a major crisis that involved product tampering. Bottles of Tylenol, an over the counter analgesic, had been laced with cyanide and within two days seven people had died from using Tylenol capsules. Tylenol had 37 percent of the market for over the counter pain killers, before the poisonings, and was Johnson and Johnson biggest money maker.
The Tylenol product tampering clearly fits the Terrorism category. …
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