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[Norway] The Youngest Billionaire In The World Is A Norwegian Teenager

The company Ferd...Alexandra and Katharina’s great-great-great grandfather Johan Henrik Andresen bought J.L. Tiedemanns tobacco factory, starting what was to be the market leading cigarette maker in Norway for over 150 years. The family remained in the to
Forbes
added Mar 7, 2016 17:15
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Free flights on the company plane

When Ross Johnson was chief executive of RJR Nabisco, the tobacco-to-biscuits conglomerate, in the 1980s, he sent Rocco, his pet dog, on a 2,000-mile flight aboard the company jet. According to the story, made famous in Barbarians at the Gate, a book ab
Financial Times (uk)
added Mar 7, 2016 07:40
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[New York] Spare Times for March 4-10

Museum at Eldridge Street: ‘After Hours: Beyond the Facade Art and Architecture Tour’ Why does a 19th-century Torah ark have hands carved in the sign of the Vulcan salute? And why does the reader’s lectern have a secret compartment for snuff and chewing t
New York Times
added Mar 4, 2016 04:09
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Family finds seven rare 100-year-old Ty Cobb baseball cards worth more than $1MILLION in a crumpled paper bag in great-grandfather's dilapidated house

T206 is prized by collectors and also includes the Honus Wagner card, arguably the most famous sports card ever The Cobb cards feature a photo of the center fielder and say on the back 'TY COBB — KING OF THE SMOKING TOBACCO WORLD' in green ink
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Mar 3, 2016 22:43
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Rare Ty Cobb tobacco-brand baseball cards found

Seven rare, identical Ty Cobb baseball cards more than a century old were found weeks ago inside a torn paper bag on the floor a house...also came printed with his name on the reverse side, above the phrase "King of the Smoking Tobacco World."
Reuters
added Mar 3, 2016 22:39
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First look: New trailer shows Zoe Saldana as Nina Simone in controversial biopic about jazz singer and activist

The troubled artist, who struggled with alcohol and depression, is seen laying in bed, swilling champagne from the bottle and smoking...'Drinks, smokes, she's out of shape. No one wants to see her play the way she is now.' David's character then pleads w
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Mar 3, 2016 17:16
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[UK] Why do planes still have ashtrays?

FAA rules that lavatory doors must still be fitted with ashtrays because if someone were to have, illegally, a cheeky fag, they still need to stub it out, and it's best they have somewhere to do that rather than cause a fire by dropping it in the bin...in
Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Mar 1, 2016 18:56
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[UK-Scotland] Ashes to ashes: How our relationship with smoking has changed in a decade

It's no secret the cancer-causing sticks have been increasingly stigmatised since Scotland became the first country in the UK to implement a nationwide ban in public places. Now research from Scottish universities show fewer teenage girls (albeit margin
STV (uk)
added Feb 29, 2016 15:56
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Supreme Court resumes without Scalia

Roberts noted that Scalia argued a case only once. (It was a 1976 dispute involving tobacco company Dunhill and the Cuban government, as well as businesses that took over firms forced out during the Cuban Revolution.) "He prevailed, establishing a perfec
Politico
added Feb 27, 2016 16:29
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SHAPIRO: How Scalia played with fire

In Food and Drug Administration v. Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp., for example, the Supreme Court decided 5-4 that the FDA did not have the authority to regulate tobacco... a pure textual analysis might well have required allowing the regulation. Ironic
CNN
added Feb 27, 2016 16:26
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