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[UK] E-cigarette maker Supreme announces float

One of the biggest manufacturers of vaping liquids for e-cigarettes is to pursue a stock market flotation with an expected value of between £100 million and £150 million. Supreme, which also supplies batteries and lightbulbs, is based in Manchester and
Times Of London (uk)
added Apr 26, 2018 17:30
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[UK] Has Big Tobacco finally run out of puff?

Put simply, investors are starting to realise that smokers are quitting the habit. And for all the hopes that they’ll take up electronic alternatives instead, that doesn’t seem to be happening at a rate that’s sufficient to make up for the loss of “real
MoneyWeek (uk)
added Apr 25, 2018 10:55
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[UK] Vaping firm Supreme to join London stock market

Manchester-based Supreme is set to become the first vaping company to list its shares on the London stock market. The company, which makes vaping liquid for e-cigarettes, plans to list its shares on AIM, a junior market on the London Stock Exchange. Su
BBC Online
added Apr 25, 2018 10:52
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[UK] E-cigarette firm cashes in on vaping boom with stock market listing

Manchester-based Supreme, which is 100% owned by its chief executive, Sandy Chadha, is expected to have a market value of £150m when it floats on Aim, the London Stock Exchange’s junior market, in mid- to late May. The float will raise £10m, which will
The Guardian (uk)
added Apr 23, 2018 17:21
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[UK] BAT director 'has too many jobs' to be re-elected at AGM

The re-election of Marion Helmes to BAT's board is being rejected by corporate governance bodies due to concerns about the amount of her other commitments
Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Apr 23, 2018 13:53
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[UK] Minister accuses tobacco firm of illegally targeting British customers with vaping adverts

Philip Morris...has been sending posters to newsagents in Britain advertising its new tobacco heaters... The posters supplied by the company are reportedly designed to be used on the windows of newsagents. Trading standards have described the posters as
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Apr 23, 2018 01:31
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[UK] Government in row with world leading tobacco firm over 'illegal' adverts

A Daily Telegraph investigation found Phillip Morris, the maker of Marlboro cigarettes, is supplying newsagents across Britain with window posters promoting new iQOS tobacco heaters. Phillip Morris has spent £3bn developing iQOS, which it is now market
Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Apr 23, 2018 13:54
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[UK] Council backs campaign to raise awareness on illegal tobacco

The ‘No ifs, no butts – Report Illegal Tobacco’ initiative aims to tell people about the real harm caused by illegal tobacco and how residents can help to prevent its supply. Jane Burrows, Borough of Poole's environmental services regulatory team manag
This is Bournemouth: The Bournemouth Daily Echo (uk)
added Apr 23, 2018 13:54
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[UK] YOU SNUS, YOU LOSE What is snus, what does the chewing tobacco do to you and why do footballers such as Jamie Vardy use it?

But it is also manufactured in the US, where production standards are typically lower than in Sweden and significant quantities of sweeteners tend to be used. England and Leicester striker Jamie Vardy uses the substance as an alternative to ciggiesFAME
The Sun (uk)
added Apr 21, 2018 16:44
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[UK] Tobacco pair suffer after smoke clears from rival

London’s two big tobacco groups were left wheezing after Philip Morris of the US reported a lower than expected increase in first-quarter revenues and its chief executive expressed caution about sales in Russia, the Gulf and Japan. Shares in British Ame
Times Of London (uk)
added Apr 20, 2018 17:31
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