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Australia's Hugh Hefner: The tobacco tycoon and former AFL player known as The Candyman who owns the ultimate party pad... and has a huge social media following thanks to his lavish lifestyle Australian tobacco boss builds own Playboy Mansion to promote business Travers Beynon posts snaps of wild parties to his 14,500 followers online Mr Beynon is the managing director of an Australian tobacco retailer Former Australia Rules footballer and model calls himself 'The Candyman' Source: Dailymail.co.id
Update 11/4/2015 or 2015/11/04: It has come to my attention that the tobacco store is now closed and that Shiba has retired. I am truly saddened that you all will no longer have the chance to meet Shiba in person. But I am blessed and honored that I was able to video Shiva and for him to bring you as much happiness as he did for me. Shiba-san, enjoy your retirement as I hope many vines of cucumbers await for you: you will be truly missed. --Miki This Shiba Inu has brought more people together from across the world than most politicians and other figures will ever be able to. Shiba's owner is the kindest owner and a great and kind person. Shiba is the Shiba's name and he is the best dog around. To find Doge and the Store, enter the following address on google maps: 3 Chome-5-23 Nukui ...
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Whether called shisha, hookah, nargillah or hubbly bubbly, the tobacco water pipe has long been a favourite of smokers in the Middle East. One UAE based company has capitalised on this love affair - by transforming a small-scale tobacco factory into a major global supplier. The BBC met the man behind the Al Fakhouri business in the emirate of Ajman.
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secrets of the tobacco industry
In 1994, United States Congressman Harry Waxman held a famous series of Congressional hearings. The presidents and CEOs of the seven largest American tobacco companies were subpoenaed to testify before Waxman's committee. On April 14, 1994, after more than six hours of sharp questioning by members of the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health and the Environment, the seven CEOs steadfastly refused to budge under stringent questioning that they knew cigarettes were addictive. Each stated under oath that they did not believe nicotine was addictive. Within months, a perjury investigation was initiated by the Department of Justice. Ultimately, the Department of Justice claimed it did not have enough evidence to prosecute for perjury because the CEOs testified under oath that they b...
A news clip from 1971 where then Philip Morris CEO Joseph Cullman vows to take any ingredients found to be dangerous out of cigarettes. He also assures pregnant moms that smoking is safe and that cigarettes can actually be good for moms as "some women prefer smaller babies." For more fun with big tobacco visit www.bigtobaccoblog.blogspot.com
Hey YouTube and lovers of fine tobaccos, I made a video explaining how I feel about quality tobacco and my opinions. In no way am I trying to offend anyone or support smoking anything. I just think fine tobacco is an art and needs to be appreciated. Thanks for watching! And comment your ideas
Smoking kills. So if you're in an industry where your product is damaging the health of people who buy it and they know it, then you should in theory go out of business. But shares in companies listed in the Bloomberg tobacco producers index have risen 351% since 2009, making it one of the best investments of the past decade. Graphic warning labels and taxes seem to have some impact on reducing the number of smokers but less so on industry profits which keep rising. And investors can't quit buying the stocks because operating profits continue to go up. Different tax regimes around the world mostly account for the difference in price. But governments are not as hooked as the consumers who buy cigarettes. Consumers cough up for higher prices becuase they crave the drug in tobacco - nicotin...
Erin Kelly reports on tobacco stores' owner arrest
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Head to historic Weston this weekend for an event that celebrates and explores whiskey for a good cause. Terry Kast, owner of Celtic Ranch, and Mimi Kipp of Big Brothers and Sisters Most Wanted Honoree share more details. The Weston Whiskey and Tobacco Festival is Saturday, November 4.
York County tobacco store owner sentenced
Anne Gross, owner of a Convenient store on Storer Avenue and founder of Retail Buying Solutions, says Cleveland's new law banning the sale of tobacco products to people under the age of 21 will give an unfair advantage to stores in neighboring
Greece indefinitely suspended its soccer league on Monday, a day after the gun-toting owner of PAOK Thessaloniki marched onto the field following a disputed goal at the end of a match. Giorgos Vasileiadis, the cabinet member in charge of sports, met with Greece's prime minister and said league play was suspended, adding it would not restart "if there is not a new, clear framework agreed to by all so we can move forward with conditions and regulations." PAOK owner Ivan Savvidis walked onto the field twice accompanied by bodyguards, and appeared to be carrying a pistol in a holster around his waist. He made no move to use the weapon at any time. Fernando Varela had just scored in the 90th minute of Sunday's match between PAOK and AEK Athens, putting host the hosts ahead 1-0 in the norther...
John E. Oliva, president of Tampa-based Oliva Tobacco Company, talks about his father and founder of the company, challenges facing the cigar leaf tobacco business, answers pertinent questions about day-to-day company operation, company history and much more!