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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).
Local nonprofits benefit from employee donations at tobacco company
Altria covers all administration costs. There's no overhead in this thing. We have employees who lead this effort across both of our facilities for contributions into the fund and while they solicit funds, they also ask employees to pick the focus ...
Feds seek full court review of cigarette warnings
based Altria Group Inc., parent company of the nation's largest cigarette maker, Philip Morris USA, which makes the top-selling Marlboro brand, is not a part of the lawsuit.
Big tobacco companies resist admissions of wrongdoing
The companies - including Altria Group Inc and Reynolds American Inc - have been fighting with the U.S. Justice Department for six years about the wording of what are known as "corrective statements.
Capitol Assets: Congress's wealthiest mostly shielded in deep recession
○The number of millionaires in Congress dropped after the Great Recession; the 253 who have served during the current session are the smallest group since 2004. .... Among his real estate ventures, Greene Properties Inc. has gained the most ...
The Great Dividend Hunt
The company has a strong balance sheet and outstanding franchises. Boston fund firm GMO, which has $99 billion under management, had more than 5% of its high-quality U.S.
Indicated Dividend Yield Rankings of S&P 500 Companies
The table below ranks indicated dividend yields of companies in Standard & Poor's 500 Index as of September 30. The yield is calculated by taking the latest declared dividend, annualized and divided by the stock price.
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.
Stocks split less often, meaning many top $100 a share
He said they suggest a company is focused more on the stock price than on value. He also thought they attracted more short-term investors - not a good thing, in his opinion.
Janus Best as Bond Acumen Boosts Stocks: Riskless Return
One such company is Philip Morris International, the maker of Marlboro cigarettes that has expanded in countries where tobacco consumption is increasing.