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Justus Heinrich, German obstetrician and gynecologist, 1769-1817. See: Wigand maneuver.
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In another showdown between a cigarette giant and network new's, Brown & Williamson successfully pressured CBS's 60 Minutes to cancel plans to broadcast an interview with industry whistle-blower Jeffrey Wigand in November 1995.
The autobiographical novel Ich warte auf Wunder (Stockholm: Neuer Verlag, 1942) is extensively and selectively quoted to provide mainly anecdotal support; its main figure, however, who outkrulls Felix Krull in skilfully applying the 'Lebensphilosophie' of Max Stirner's Der Einzige und sein Eigentum (Leipzig: Wigand, 1845), is taken at face value.
In footnote 68, Williams correctly identifies 'Wigandus': 'Johann Wigand (also Vigand, 1523-1587), was a Lutheran divine'.
One reason was Jeffrey Wigand, a scientist and former tobacco executive.
In the last two years ABC settled a multimillion dollar libel suit by Philip Morris; CBS initially suppressed a "60 Minutes" interview with Jeffrey Wigand, the so-called tobacco company whistle-blower; NBC and CNN settled with Richard Jewell, the man wrongfully accused of the Olympic bombing; and The International Herald Tribune apologized to Singapore's political leaders and paid a $600,000 plus libel verdict.
Benjamin and Rolf Wigand, "Electronic markets and virtual value chains on the information highway," Sloan Management Review, 36(2), Winter 1995, 62-72.
A substantial literature looking at the relationship between IT and marketing emerged, with particular emphasis on the generation of competitive advantage (for a useful review see Fletcher, 1995); the development of marketing information systems for marketing planning and control (Piercy and Evans 1994); and the impact of IT on market structures (for example, Cunningham and Tyrian 1990; Benjamin and Wigand 1995).
vice president, Jeffrey Wigand. In the story, which never aired, Wigand accused his former employer of using an additive in pipe tobacco that causes cancer in laboratory animals and of dropping plans to develop a new, safer cigarette.
The agencies responded to the "political heat," according to James Wigand, a former FDIC official who oversaw aspects of the resolution process  and is now a partner at the advisory firm Millstein and Co.
This film, which was nominated for seven Academy Awards, is based on the true story of Jeffrey Wigand (Russell Crowe), a whistleblower in the tobacco industry who exposed lies Big Tobacco told for decades about cigarettes.
Russell Crowe plays Jeffrey Wigand, a scientist who is unceremoniously fired from his job with a cigarette company.