Vaping giant Juul is cutting staff in corporate restructuring as scrutiny intensifies

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James Monsees, co-founder and chief product officer at JUUL Labs Inc., appears before the House Economic and Consumer Policy Subcommittee which is examining JUUL’s role in the youth nicotine epidemic, on July 25, 2019 in Washington, DC.

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Vaping giant Juul Labs plans to restructure and cut back its staff as state, federal and international health regulators pull its fruit flavored pods off store shelves amid a public health crisis, the Wall Street Journal reported.

The company is eliminating some of it’s 3,900 employees, slowing hiring and reviewing its current job postings the WSJ reported, citing sources familiar with the matter.

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