E-cigarette maker files for bankruptcy


NJOY, one of the biggest electronic cigarette makers, is going up in smoke. The company filed for bankruptcy protection on Sept. 16 in Delaware federal court, burning some high-powered Silicon Valley investors, including Sean Parker, co-founder of the now-defunct Napster, and PayPal founder Peter Thiel, who were part of a $70 million capital round that...

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