Juul to pay $40m in US lawsuit over teen targeting claims

E-cigarette maker Juul has agreed to settle a lawsuit with a US state that accused the firm of marketing its products to young people.

Juul will pay $40m (£29m) to North Carolina over six years and will change its advertising in the region.The vape pen manufacturer did not, however, admit any wrongdoing as part of the settlement. A Juul spokesman said: "This settlement is consistent with our ongoing effort to reset our company.

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