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British American Tobacco Plc is introducing a vaping device in the U.K. that delivers nicotine more efficiently, the latest salvo in a battle to attract smokers to cigarette alternatives amid ever tougher regulations on smoking. BAT is debuting the new
The acquisition by Reynolds American Inc. of Lorillard Inc. did not create a fiduciary duty by British American Tobacco (BAT) PLC to Reynolds’ remaining minority shareholders because BAT…
British American Tobacco (BAT) — the third-largest publicly traded tobacco company in the world — is engaged in an elaborate and ethically questionable online-marketing strategy across Europe and Asia. A joint Point and Engadget investigation has found
Ashtead Group, Imperial Brands and Fresnillo have been the poorest performers on women in leadership in the FTSE 100 for two years running,..The proportion of senior women at British American Tobacco and NMC Health, at 13 per cent, was unchanged over the
Tobacco boss Alison Cooper at Imperial Brands is another to be paid less than her male counterpart Nicandro Durante at BAT, whose rewards have also provoked shareholder protests.
Tobacco companies say manufacturing cigarettes with extremely low nicotine levels could result in significant negative impacts, including massive job losses, closed businesses, and lost tax revenue. Giants like Altria (NYSE:MO) and British American Tobac
In developed countries, tobacco companies are investing in less harmful alternatives to conventional cigarettes, while in many developing nations, they’re advertising classic cigarettes as always…. Are politicians bribed by the tobacco industry? Not of
said revenue from smoking alternatives will miss expectations this year as it issued a more pessimistic outlook for the tobacco industry’s new products than rival Philip Morris International Inc. The maker of Lucky Strikes lopped 10 percent off its targe
has cut its full-year sales target for cigarette alternative products by 10 per cent to £900m, blaming lower demand in Japan and a product recall in the US, and said it would pay down debt slower than expected through 2019. The FTSE 100 group also warned