· Pax launches desktop app, bypassing Apple's vaping ban →
Apple removed vaping apps in late 2019, and Pax representatives told me in January 2020, they had been working towards a new solution.
· Pax launches web app after getting booted from the Apple App Store →
The launch comes six months after Pax’s app was banned from the Apple App Store, when Apple decided to crack down on vaping apps amid nationwide concerns over vaping-related lung injuries.
· Corporate Debt Out-Of-Control Or Smart Business: Part 2 →
The company experienced two enormous impairment charges because of their investment in the vaping company JUUL, and to a lesser extent in the cannabis company Cronos.
· Canopy Growth Corp: Something Has To Change →
It’s launching a number of products under the Cannabis 2.0 initiative, including RTD (ready-to-drink) beverages, vaping products, CBD creams, and more.
· Butt out: Cook says young smokers tricked on taste →
However, for some organisations, successfully quitting smoking came down to more than the use of an app, with the Australia Tobacco Harm Reduction Association reiterating its stance on making nicotine for vaping legal.
The New York Times
· ‘They’re Just Doing Whatever They Want.’ Few Masks Are Seen as Beach Town Reopens. →
The police — who were issuing $100 tickets to people vaping on the boardwalk Friday — do not cite mask violators.
· Altria Represents One Of The Safest Ultra-High Yields You Can Find Today →
“Our base case is based on the assumptions that vaping's growth slows materially, and fairly quickly, either through a regulatory clampdown, consumer pushback over health concerns, or simply the maturity of the category.