After more than 90 percent of its editorial staff signed cards to unionize with the Writers Guild of America back in March, the site’s management refused to voluntarily recognize the Guild as their collective bargaining representative, and has continued to drag its feet.
Salon, the struggling digital publisher, is having trouble paying its rent.
The survey showed roughly 77 percent of vapers have completed a secondary education and roughly 67 percent are employed full time. They also stay active, further diminishing the portrait of the average vaper as lazy. Roughly 76 percent of users exercise at least one to three times a week, with 31 percent exercising four to seven times a week.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced July 28 they are delaying costly requirements for product approval by four years to avoid financially upending the industry. Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said he wants the FDA to encourage the development of innovative technologies that can improve public health while leaving products currently helping smokers quit on the market.