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We have to constantly push on a federal, state and local level—nationally and internationally—to protect harm-reduction products from busybodies’ intent on ending the industry. Don’t get me wrong: I’m still optimistic. I truly believe we’re on the right
Burning Bright Optimism rises in light of new FDA direction and innovation within tobacco category Also In This Issue: The FDA’s ad campaign, dealing with dollar stores, cannabis accessories and more …
Following the lead of its competition, R.J. Reynolds announced it will increase list prices on specific cigarette brands by different amounts this month, according to New York-based RBC Capital Markets. Effective with shipments deployed after March 22, W
The publisher looks at Los Angeles, which takes an active approach towards electronic cigarettes, including them in the definition of tobacco products for purposes of the Tobacco Retailing License and public smoking restrictions. The County of Los Angel
To promote decent work, guard against interference with labor standards, policies and programs, the ILO must keep the tobacco industry at arm’s length. When the long-standing cooperation agreements between the ILO, the tobacco industry and organizations
The president and chief executive of 22nd Century Group Inc., Henry Sicignano III, received a 2.9 percent increase in salary to $242,660 a year in fiscal 2017, according to a regulatory filing this week.
The TI currently uses a variety of strategies to keep tobacco cheap. The implementation of standardised packaging will prevent small pack sizes and price-marking but further changes in tax policy are needed to minimise the TI’s attempts to prevent sudden
Big Tobacco’s fastest growing markets are in Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean where regulations are lax and populations are growing, according to the latest edition of the Tobacco Atlas. Smoking has declined in high-income countries, which the repor
By that thinking, Trump is publicly signaling a willingness to go after tobacco companies. But in private, his relationship with the industry is very much nudge-nudge, wink-wink, with an understanding that tobacco firms will enjoy a free hand on what ma