Plans to conduct a survey of electronic cigarette use in Calgary, Alberta, have aroused criticism from some legislators...
The independent electronic cigarette company ECIG (Electronic Cigarette International Group) is calling on its shareholders to vote for a “reverse split” of its stock value, and some investors are talking about resisting the move. The action is touted as a defense against a possible takeover attempt, and also as a renewed attempt to get the stock listed on the NASDAQ instead of being sold as an OTC ('over-the-counter') stock.
A huge social media backlash has erupted in the wake of an anti-ecigarette campaign by the San Francisco Department of Public Health. The #curbit campaign, which equates the risks of smoking with vaping, consists of billboard posters around SF bay area with a strong focus on the BART system and trams, and social media postings cautioning against the use of vapor products...
Dr. Gilbert Ross, Medical Director and Acting President of the American Council on Science and Health, came out last month with a blistering blog against officials of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the University of California at San Francisco for lying to the public about electronic cigarettes.
VIP e-cigs are in the news again, this time with it's new “Blending Boutique” in the East London shopping center, Westfield Stratford City.