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Manufacturing

No. 1: John Kennedy

As the CEO of the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program, Kennedy is the face of the industry in New Jersey. And its most prominent voice. He has been a tireless advocate for policies that would promote manufacturing in the state -- a task that has become even more critical after the COVID-19 pandemic exposed dangerous weaknesses in supply chains.

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No. 2: Alex Gorsky

Most of 2020 has been rough and Johnson & Johnson was not spared. The New Brunswick-based pharmaceutical giant spent much of the year in court fighting allegations that its talcum powder was responsible for cases of ovarian cancer because of asbestos in the product.

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