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Reading Smoke Signals From Altria
History is only partly relevant to Altria because this is a new company starting in 2008 in a new market. Most investors are aware of the Altria split off of Philip Morris International (NYSE:PM) and Kraft (KFT). I feel that as an investor trying to ...
Altria Group Earnings Call Nuggets: Promotional Strategy, Marlboro Equity
Marlboro is investing in its new architecture and that's a wise thing to do, because Marlboro has been the engine of income growth in the smokeable segment for Altria Group. So, that's how we look at it and we are pretty happy with how that's playing ...
Marlboro maker Altria 3Q profit falls on charges  Greenville Daily Reflector
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Altria: The Biggest Threat This Company Faces Is Rising Cost Of Capital
Altria has had significant litigation settlements the last couple years, and the company's net income has been fairly flat even thought earnings have grown in the high single digit over the last couple years.
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Is Altria a Good Investment?
Altria Group, Inc. (NYSE:MO) spun off its international operations in 2008, which now trades as a separate company, Philip Morris International Inc. (NYSE:PM).
Which Tobacco Stocks To Buy And Which To Avoid?
Domestic tobacco companies including Altria Group, Lorillard and Reynolds American all provide above 5% dividend yield, while Philip Morris International's dividend yield stands at 3.90% which is highly impressive in a world of low interest rates ...
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Barrow gets big PAC boosts; party isn't biggest pull
While he might have angered both parties at times, Barrow has gotten substantial support from Democratic and Republican-leaning groups alike as he faces a difficult re-election test against Republican state Rep. ... David Sutton, a spokesman for Altria ...
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Dividend Stocks to Suit All Appetites for Risk
The search for decent yet safe yields seems to have turned into a permanent investment goal. The Federal Reserve has repeatedly renewed its commitment to near-zero interest rates.
Kraft Spinoff: Comparing Kraft Foods Group and Mondelez
Based on the respective market caps of the two new companies at the close of trading on Oct. 2, Mondelez is the larger company with 65% of the total value, leaving Kraft Foods Group with 35% of the total value. This makes sense ... Other bad corporate ...
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The Great Dividend Hunt
It might be tempting to think the trend has run its course. Among household-name dividend stocks, utility American Electric Power is up 21% from a year ago, tobacco giant Altria Group has shot up 28%, and pharmaceuticals company Pfizer has jumped 45%.
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Tunisia: Mass Firings a Blow to Judicial Independence
Nizar Ghozlani, who served as a district judge (juge cantonal) in Jendouba, told Human Rights Watch that the review commission told him he was being dismissed because he owed debts to a private company. On April 26, 2012, the justice ministry sent him ...
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