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Wed, Dec 12 2018

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British American Tobacco stands by full-year target

LONDON British American Tobacco , the world's second-biggest international tobacco company by revenue, stood by its full-year forecast on Wednesday.

UPDATE 1-British American Tobacco stands by full-year target

LONDON, Dec 12 British American Tobacco , the world's second-biggest international tobacco company by revenue, stood by its full-year forecast on Wednesday.

British American Tobacco stands by full-year target

LONDON, Dec 12 British American Tobacco , the world's second-biggest international tobacco company by revenue, stood by its full-year forecast on Wednesday.

British American Tobacco cuts sales target for new products

LONDON British American Tobacco cut its full-year revenue target for cigarette alternatives such as vaping pens and tobacco heating devices, citing a flat market in Japan and a product recall in the United States.

UPDATE 2-British American Tobacco cuts sales target for new products

LONDON, Oct 16 British American Tobacco cut its full-year revenue target for cigarette alternatives such as vaping pens and tobacco heating devices, citing a flat market in Japan and a product recall in the United States.

REFILE-British American Tobacco cuts revenue target for new products

LONDON, Oct 16 British American Tobacco , the second-biggest international tobacco company by revenue, cut its full-year revenue target for next-generation products on Tuesday, citing a flat market in Japan and a product recall in the United States.

Lindsey Buckingham sues Fleetwood Mac after being axed from tour

LOS ANGELES Guitarist Lindsey Buckingham has sued his former Fleetwood Mac bandmates, accusing them of breach of contract for cutting him out of their North American tour and the millions of dollars he would have earned from it.

BAT picks insider Bowles as CEO to oversee tobacco shift

British American Tobacco named insider Jack Bowles to succeed Nicandro Durante as chief executive officer on Tuesday, giving him the task of adapting to new tobacco formats as smoking declines.

UPDATE 2-BAT picks insider Bowles as CEO to oversee tobacco shift

* Shares fall by more than 2 pct after announcement (Adds quote, industry context, background and share price)

BATS names Jack Bowles CEO

Sept 25 British American Tobacco Plc named Jack Bowles as chief executive officer to succeed Nicandro Durante.

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