British American Tobacco (BAT)

 
We must act now to save Nigeria's generation of ‘tobacco babies’
We must act now to save Nigeria's generation of ‘tobacco babies’
One out of every four Nigerian stores where cigarettes and other tobacco products are sold admit to selling these dangerous items to persons under...
Mergers and acquisitions in a tough economic time
Mergers and acquisitions in a tough economic time
It seems an unlikely time to be in the business of buying corporations or making any significant investment in a long-term change to corporate...
Tobacco ‘epidemic’ in Africa fuelled by fewer filters
Tobacco ‘epidemic’ in Africa fuelled by fewer filters
Many African countries with poor tobacco controls are an attractive destination for cigarette companies, according to a study on trends in the...
Big Tobacco in bed with SA law enforcement agencies
Big Tobacco in bed with SA law enforcement agencies
An amaBhungane investigation into the R5-billion-a-year illicit tobacco industry can reveal how two major multinational companies used their...
British American Tobacco: Sin still sells, in SA and abroad
British American Tobacco: Sin still sells, in SA and abroad
British American Tobacco’s profits continue to rise at an impressive rate, although its sales in cigarettes and tobacco have declined and...
Show me the money
Show me the money
South African companies are not only trying to push employee development but they also need to retain the people they have invested in both time...

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