The Dirty Story of How Big Tobacco Was Brought Down to Size
This month is the 20th anniversary of a deal that changed the face of smoking – and prompted a bunch of dirty tactics from the tobacco companies in the process.
Meet the Lawyer Trying to Make Big Oil Pay for Climate Change
The attorney who won a $200 billion settlement from tobacco companies in the 90s has set his sights on an even bigger target.
What Happens if Oil Companies Are Forced to Pay for Climate Damage
Successful lawsuits cost the tobacco industry hundreds of billions. We asked experts about the likelihood of energy giants meeting the same fate.
Here Be Dragons
How I Accidentally Invested in Big Tobacco
Or: conclusive proof that betting against the world really does make you richer.
Lawyers See Dollar Signs in Exploding Vapes
E-cigs bursting into flames are a potential gold mine for ambulance chasers.
America Is About to See How Guns Used in Mass Shootings Are Marketed
A lawyer for the survivors of the Sandy Hook massacre explains why the recent ruling forcing the maker of Adam Lanza's gun to open its book is such a huge victory.
The Coming Corporate Future of the Marijuana Industry
It seems inevitable that the marijuana industry will be dominated by major corporations, but what will those corporations look like?
The Profiles Issue
Sweet Love Organic eCig Flavors
Like many, I struggled with cigarette addiction. I would fill my spirit with smoke, ash and tar, forever lying to myself that I was ready to quit.
Three Whistleblowers Talk About Edward Snowden and Bradley Manning
A Fortune 500 employee, an SEC opponent and a Big Tobacco researcher.