Sort by: Date added | Date Published | Most Viewed

Headlines Tagged with Imperial Brands (uk) 1,939 headlines found

6 Views

[Africa] Tackling malaria in the Ivory Coast

Our Altadis Foundation is continuing its support programme in Africa to help tackle the spread of Malaria. The Foundation's activities include a rebuilding project in the Ivory Coast, which will benefit 40,000 people, as well as ongoing support for the
Imperial Brands (nee Imperial Tobacco) (uk)
added Jan 27, 2016 15:35
7 Views

[UK] Bristol-based Imperial Tobacco set to drop the word 'tobacco' from its name

Britain's second-biggest tobacco company is set to drop the word 'tobacco' from its name - so it can become more "brand focused"...has diversified into electronic cigarettes and other markets and is proposing to change its name to 'Imperial Brands'.
Bristol Evening Post (uk)
added Jan 17, 2016 16:34
23 Views

[UK] MARKET REPORT: Imperial Tobacco is lit up on China whispers as CNT is considering £45 a share cash bid

Hot gossip suggested that China National Tobacco, or CNT, which enjoys a virtual monopoly in China and is the world’s largest manufacturer of tobacco products measured by revenues, is considering launching a cash bid in the region of £45 a share for Imps
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jan 8, 2016 15:21
6 Views

[UK, California] Fontem Ventures B.V. Announces Settlement Agreement With Electronic Cigarettes International Group, Ltd., in Relation to E-Vapour Technology Patents

Fontem Ventures, owner of market leading e-cigarette brand blu, today announces that it has reached a settlement agreement with Electronic Cigarettes International Group, Ltd., that resolves ongoing litigation in the USA.
PR Newswire
added Jan 6, 2016 16:10
8 Views

[Europe] A randomised, crossover study on an electronic vapour product, a nicotine inhalator and a conventional cigarette. Part B: Safety and subjective effects [FREE FULL TEXT]

• The EVP had a similar short-term safety profile to a licensed NRT product. • The two different flavour e-liquids had a similar short-term safety profile... This work was funded and supported by Fontem Ventures. Imperial Tobacco Group is the parent comp
Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology
added Jan 5, 2016 18:52
4 Views

[Europe] A randomised, crossover study on an electronic vapour product, a nicotine inhalator and a conventional cigarette. Part A: Pharmacokinetics [FREE FULL TEXT]

At the maximum nicotine concentration of 2% as prescribed by the European Tobacco Directive, the EVP achieved nicotine delivery that was comparable to the inhalator.... This work was funded and supported by Fontem Ventures. Imperial Tobacco Group is the p
Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology
added Jan 5, 2016 18:51
6 Views

[Europe] E-cigarettes deliver sufficient nicotine to suppress smoking desire and reduce tobacco withdrawal symptoms in smokers, comparable to Nicorette FONTEM VENTURES

The study, conducted by Fontem Ventures scientists, used a prototype vaping product with two percent nicotine concentration - the maximum limit prescribed by the EU Tobacco Products Directive - and found it delivered sufficient nicotine to suppress smoki
EurekAlert
added Jan 5, 2016 18:49
5 Views

[Ukraine] Excise duties on cigarettes passed by Rada are anticompetitive - Imperial Tobacco

Imperial Tobacco in Ukraine, one of the largest cigarette producers, has said that retaining of the ad valorem rate of the excise duty on cigarettes with the increase of the specific rate by 40%, to UAH 318.26 per 1,000 cigarettes is anticompetitive.
Interfax Ukraine (ua)
added Dec 29, 2015 22:24
9 Views

[UK] Imperial Tobacco plans to drop tobacco … from its name

The only notable businesses it has outside tobacco are Logista, which delivers 35m tobacco and non-tobacco items every year across Europe, and its e-cigarette brands such as blu. The move by Imperial will increase speculation the company could look to d
The Guardian (uk)
added Dec 16, 2015 17:40
27 Views

[UK] Imperial Tobacco may become a take-over target, Citi says

There was a "material chance" that Imperial Tobacco would become a buy-out target, more so given its relatively low exposure to risks from emerging markets, Citi said. It also enjoyed rapidly growing dividends and its shares were trading on a low price-t
Life Style Extra (uk)
added Dec 15, 2015 17:55
Sign up for daily headlines All Headlines Featured Headlines U.S. Headlines International Headlines