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Juul CEO steps down as company agrees to stop advertising

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Juul CEO Kevin Burns will be replaced by K.C. Crosthwaite, an executive with tobacco giant Altria, which owns a major stake in Juul. Juul also said it will not oppose the Trump Administration’s proposed ban on flavored e-cigarettes. Georgia reported its first vaping-related death, bringing the total to 10 nationwide, and the State health department tells NBC News they’re investigating 1,000 suspected cases.