According to the Wall Street Journal, Juul is planning another large round of layoffs and even thinking about stopping sales overseas in Europe and asia. The move could limit its footprint to markets in the U.S., Canada and the U.K. Earlier this year, the e-cigarette maker laid off one third of its workers and halted sales of its vapes in some countries. Brett Sifling, Director of Get Invested at Gerber Kawasaki discusses if this is entirely due to a drop in sales over the past several months, or is there more to it and lead to Juul's slide continuing.