The e-cigarette giant is forcing out its top Europe and south Asia executives and laying off staff in Singapore as part of an effort to cut back $1 billion in spending in 2020.
A Controversial Study Claimed To Explain Why Women Don’t Go Into Science And Tech. It Just Got A 1,113-Word Correction.
Jordan Peterson cited the study to argue women naturally aren’t interested in technical fields. But it presented a “contrived and distorted picture,” said an outside researcher.
Internal documents obtained by the Massachusetts attorney general as part of a new lawsuit are the clearest indication yet that the e-cigarette giant aimed its early advertising at young people who've never smoked.
The billion-dollar e-cigarette startup is fighting for its life. Employees are calling out the chaos and considering jumping ship, according to internal documents and audio obtained by BuzzFeed News.
Scientists are rapidly posting findings about the new coronavirus outbreak online, accelerating the speed of scientific discoveries — and of misinformation.
Juul’s teen anti-vaping curriculum was short-lived, but a professor says the e-cigarette giant stole her PowerPoint slides — and used them to try to get into US classrooms.
We asked the BuzzFeed News team what scenes and moments they're unable to forget after this decade of TV and movies.
An internal Juul report, obtained by BuzzFeed News, challenges an explosive lawsuit claiming the e-cigarette giant hid a massive contamination incident from the public.
We asked BuzzFeed News writers to nominate the TV and movie characters who defined the 2010s. Here are our picks for the characters who will stick with us from this decade.
“Half our customers are drunk and vaping like mo-fos, who the fuck is going to notice the quality of our pods,” the former CEO allegedly said. Juul says the lawsuit is “baseless.”
In a tumultuous year for the e-cigarette company, the layoffs will amount to 10% to 15% of the 4,000-person workforce.
After being contacted by BuzzFeed News, the platform took down some of the videos. Vaping-related injuries continue to climb by the day.
Vaping bans are happening left and right, but some experts worry they’ll drive ex-smokers right back to cigarettes.
ICE detainees are at “incredibly huge risk” of getting mumps, one expert said.
A Scientist Keeps Claiming His Life Force Can Somehow Kill Cancer Cells, And Researchers Are Calling Him Out
A half dozen studies say that “YXQ-EQ” kills cancer cells. Good luck figuring out what that means.
Rockefeller University Has Admitted “There Were Warning Signs” That A Doctor Sexually Abused Children For Decades
An attorney says the famed hospital missed many chances to protect young patients from Reginald Archibald, who is now dead.
A $330 Thermometer Claimed To Be 99.4% Accurate In Preventing Pregnancy. But The Study It Was Based On Just Got Retracted.
The company claimed that the thermometer successfully predicted fertility in 99.4% of its customers. But the study that it was based on was pulled for selectively using data that made it look good — and undercounting possible unintended pregnancies.
“A bit upsetting that I had to find out about this through this Group, via a BuzzFeed News article, rather than from some official Google internal comms,” one employee wrote.
In the midst of a historic US measles outbreak, at least one Google employee walking around the tech giant’s main Silicon Valley campus has been diagnosed.
Norman "Ned" Sharpless has publicly supported the agency's policies to curb the use of e-cigarettes.