Johnson & Johnson says it is ending talks to buy Swiss drugmaker Actelion Pharmaceuticals.
The New Brunswick, New Jersey-based health care giant said Tuesday it was unable to reach a deal that would have created "adequate value" for its shareholders.
Johnson & Johnson develops drugs and makes medical devices and other consumer products. It is behind such brands as Band-Aids, Tylenol and biologic immune disorder drug Remicade.
Actelion Pharmaceuticals Ltd. makes high blood pressure medicines that treat arteries in the lung and around the heart.