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[North Carolina] 22nd Century Raises 2017 Revenue Projection to $16Million – Another Record Year

the Company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, NASCO Products, recently entered into substantial new manufacturing agreements for the production of filtered cigars and other tobacco products. The products to be manufactured by 22nd Century as a result of these ex
Business Wire
added May 9, 2017 20:13
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[New York] BRUNSTEIN: In a Law Office, Coping With a Boss’s Toxic Trail

Mr. S. chain-smoked throughout the day, inhaling power, exhaling invective, leaving a toxic trail in every room. He talked to us through a poison cloud that made his deep-set eyes look sinister. For a few moments after he turned away, the smoke lingered
New York Times
added May 5, 2017 20:57
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Child labour on tobacco farms

Human Rights Watch published an open letter asking BAT shareholders to press the company to “strengthen its processes for identifying and addressing human rights risks in its global supply chain.” [5]
Medium
added May 5, 2017 12:45
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4th Circ. OKs RJ Reynolds' Win In $50M ERISA Suit ($$)

on Friday upheld tobacco giant RJ Reynolds’ win in an Employee Retirement Income Security Act class action over $50 million allegedly lost to retirement plan mismanagement following its 1999 spinoff from RJR Nabisco Inc., saying that a hypothetical and pr
Law360
added May 1, 2017 22:17
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[North Carolina] Federal appeals court sides with Reynolds on retirement plan dispute

A federal appeals court ruled Friday on a 2-1 vote that the RJR Pension Investment committee did fulfill its fiduciary duties in a case involving its retirement plans. The case involves plaintiff Richard Tatum; Reynolds, through its former affiliation wi
Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added May 1, 2017 22:17
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[UK-Northern Ireland] JTI tobacco factory closure delayed for five months

The remaining staff at the JTI tobacco factory in County Antrim are to get an extra five months of work as the closure of the plant has been delayed. The final 60 staff were due to leave the Ballymena factory in May but will now be kept on until October,
BBC Online
added Apr 26, 2017 12:47
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Food, drink and tobacco sector

Employment in both tobacco manufacturing and cultivation continued to fall in the past decade. Nonetheless, the sector remains an economic activity in which millions of women and men earn their living. Tobacco is grown in more than 100 developing and tra
International Labour Organization (ch)
added Apr 24, 2017 18:24
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[Asia, India] State BJP chief quits tobacco on CM’s appeal

Nandkumar Singh on Saturday said he decided to quit tobacco on tjhe CM's personal request...he suddenly called upon the workers to quit their 'bad habits' before discouraging people from using alcohol and tobacco. While describing the ill-effects, he turn
Times of India
added Apr 23, 2017 13:18
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Shaming pictures show America's cruel past when children were forced to work in fields and factories

Amos, six, and Horace, four, were made to work by their father John Neal at a tobacco farm in Albaton, Kentucky, day after day from 'sun-up to sun-down', worming and suckering. Mr Neal, who rented land, said they worked as steadily as adults
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Apr 20, 2017 20:17
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PwC defends claims of age discrimination in its hiring

The Supreme Court could soon provide clarity on the question. The justices are considering whether to take up a similar class action brought against RJ Reynolds Tobacco, which was sued by a 49-year-old man rejected for a sales position. A three-judge pa
The Australian (au)
added Apr 18, 2017 14:25
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