Juul CEO super ‘sorry’ he got your teens addicted to fat clouds

Look parents, he’s sorry. 
Juul CEO Kevin Burns made that much very clear during a CNBC interview, set to air Monday, in which he expressed remorse that all your kids are addicted to blowing fat clouds with the popular e-cigarette. The San Francisco-based company has taken heat from the FDA for a surge in underage use, and its CEO apparently thought it best that he let everyone know he’s paying attention.  
“First of all, I’d tell [parents] that I’m sorry that their child’s using the product,” Burns reportedly tells interviewer Carl Quintanilla. “It’s not intended for them. I hope there was nothing that we did that made it appealing to them.” Read more…More about Vaping, Juul, Tech, and Big Tech Companies

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