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[North Carolina] Reynolds' latest heat-not-burn cigarette could get test market by year's end after FDA move

The latest version of Eclipse, the heat-not-burn cigarette technology once considered ahead of its time, has cleared a major U.S. regulatory hurdle [BAT] said Thursday. BAT said in its fiscal 2018 first-half earnings report that Food and Drug Administrat
Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Jul 27, 2018 18:15
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[North Carolina] Reynolds' traditional cigarette sales continue to bolster BAT's profit; net income rises 72.4 percent over first half of 2017

Full ownership of Reynolds American Inc. contributed again to sharp revenue and profit increases for [BAT] in the first half of fiscal 2018....Wednesday represented its first year of full ownership of Reynolds after spending $54.5 billion to purchase the
Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Jul 27, 2018 18:13
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[North Carolina] Montana reaches $30M deal with tobacco manufacturers

In November, an agreement was reached in the escrow dispute between North Carolina and 25 other states and the nation’s largest tobacco manufacturers. Montana, meanwhile, opted to pursue a state court path with the manufacturers, and to ply a strategy o
Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Jul 26, 2018 01:09
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[North Carolina] State Health Plan Quits QuitlineNC, Switches To CVS Caremark's MinuteClinic

will switch from QuitlineNC to CVS Caremark’s MinuteClinic. The former contract cost the plan $1.3 million per year, and State Treasurer Dale Folwell said the new contract will cost $862,000, a savings of $479,000. With CVS locations across the state, F
WUNC-FM (Chapel Hill, NC)
added Jul 25, 2018 22:57
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[North Carolina] State workers trying to quit smoking will now have to go to CVS; NC officials say move will save money

Folwell said the change will save the state of North Carolina about $479,000 a year. QuitlineNC costs the state $1.3 million a year, while the cost of state employees using CVS to stop smoking is projected at $862,000. CVS Caremark is already the pharma
Greensboro (NC) News & Record
added Jul 25, 2018 00:56
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[North Carolina] Juul continues to expand market share gap with Vuse

Juul’s market share increased from 68 percent to 70.5 percent in the four-week period that ended July 14. Meanwhile, Vuse’s market share dropped from 11.5 percent to 10.8 percent even as it lowered some product pricing to drive sales. Juul, made by Juu
Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Jul 26, 2018 01:09
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Air quality and presence of air ventilation systems inside waterpipe cafés in North Carolina

Conclusions Unsafe levels of CO and PM2.5 were observed in waterpipe cafés in NC, despite reported use of air ventilation systems. Prohibiting indoor waterpipe smoking may be necessary to ensure clean air for employees and patrons.
Tobacco Control
added Jul 25, 2018 00:56
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[North Carolina] Very low nicotine cigarettes draw FDA spotlight, scrutiny; some fear smokers will just smoke more cigarettes

Among those making comments were affiliates of the Big Three tobacco manufacturers: Altria Client Services, RAI Services Co., and ITG Brands LLC. More than 40 anti-tobacco and public-health advocacy groups had a joint submission in favor of reducing the
Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Jul 23, 2018 06:30
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[North Carolina] BAT remains in stride with low-key approach to first year of fully owning Reynolds

There was no great fanfare with the closing of the deal on July 25, 2017, which completed Reynolds’ transition to becoming the wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of BAT after 142 years of corporate independence. Legacy Reynolds shareholders own 19 percent of B
Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Jul 23, 2018 06:30
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[North Carolina] Reynolds CEO views company, Winston-Salem as "really, really special"

The first British American Tobacco Plc executive to lead Reynolds American Inc. has a decidedly different view of Winston-Salem compared with Reynolds’ most controversial top official. Ricardo Oberlander took over as Reynolds’ chief executive in January
Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Jul 23, 2018 06:30
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