NJOY, a Once Bankrupt E-Cigarette Maker, Now Seeks $5 Billion Valuation

5/2/2019 12:30:00 AM

NJOY, a once bankrupt e-cigarette maker, now seeks $5 billion valuation

NJOY, a once bankrupt e-cigarette maker, now seeks $5 billion valuation

E-cigarette maker NJOY Holdings Inc. is pursuing a funding round that would value the company at as much as $5 billion, and it is trying to interest big tobacco companies looking to take a run at market leader Juul Labs.

Juliet.Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.| 3:10 PM There's no guarantee Facebook will reach a settlement agreement with the FTC: The agency could instead pursue a federal court case.(Reuters) -.

Chung@wsj.com Updated May 1, 2019 2:56 p.The fine could come as a result of Facebook violating a 2011 agreement with the FTC regarding consumer privacy.m.S.ET E-cigarette maker NJOY Holdings Inc.It also agreed to take steps to better protect users' data.is pursuing a funding round that would value the company at as much as $5 billion, and it is trying to interest big tobacco companies looking to take a run at market leader Juul Labs, according to people familiar with the matter.The probe has focused on whether the sharing of data and other disputes violated a 2011 agreement with the FTC to safeguard user privacy.

The discussions mark a turnaround for NJOY, an e-cigarette pioneer that filed for bankruptcy protection three years ago saddled with debts and plunging sales when a new product failed to catch on.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.Advertisement “We estimate that the range of loss in this matter is $3 billion to $5 billion,” Facebook said..."In the first quarter of 2019, we reasonably estimated a probable loss and recorded an accrual of $3..An agreement with the agency could also impose changes to the company’s business practices.."The matter remains unresolved, and there can be no assurance as to the timing or the terms of any final outcome," Facebook said.Investors want this behind them.

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How will the potential ban effect such entities? And will they pay back their creditors’ of the first go round with part of the proceeds, they probably owe it to them!

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