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Ploom brass talks tobacco with herzog
10 Dec 2014

Ploom brass talks tobacco with herzog

Wells Fargo Securities tobacco guru Bonnie Herzog has invited the management team of Ploom Vaporizers (including CEO James Monsees, CTO Adam Bowen, and Scientific/Regulatory head Gal Cohen) to speak at a “Tobacco Talk” conference call on Tuesday, December 16...

AHA wakes up, smells coffee
10 Dec 2014

AHA wakes up, smells coffee

In a stunning reversal, the American Heart Association (AHA) has awakened from its slumbers and announced that electronic cigarettes have been found effective for smoking cessation. The “literature review” article has been published in the association's journal, Circulation...

Press lightens up on e-cigs
8 Dec 2014

Press lightens up on e-cigs

The press is inching toward even-handedness on e-cigarettes. Well, maybe centimetering. There is a trickle of articles expressing genuine openness toward positive as well as negative takes on the vaping phenomenon, instead of coming out punching con or pro...

In Wales non-vaping kids plan to smoke
6 Dec 2014

In Wales non-vaping kids plan to smoke

A blog by Andrew Cunningham in the UK edition of the Huffington Post trumpets the horrifying finding that “there is now evidence that e-cigarettes are indeed bringing new smokers into the arena.”

Joint venture hailed in Liverpool
6 Dec 2014

Joint venture hailed in Liverpool

CN Creative founders Chris Lords and David Newns plan to team up with German firm Contraf-Nicotex-Tobacco (CNT) to build an installation in Liverpool for “the development, production, testing, and regulatory compliance of nicotine products,” according to Insider Media...

Malware and the E-Cig: What’s next for vape-bashers?
5 Dec 2014

Malware and the E-Cig: What’s next for vape-bashers?

In recent months, electronic cigarettes have been blamed for the failings of many people who are clueless about recharging batteries safely. They have been blamed for parental carelessness in child-proofing dangerous substances in the home. Now it's malware.