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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
Dividend investing has been one of the most successful and popular strategies over the last decade. Many traders have proclaimed buy and hold as dead, but patient investors willing to continuously buy and compound income and total returns in consumer ...
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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).
Cigarettes, snack foods, lobbyists and government
Until recently, she lobbied for the Altria Group, the parent company of Philip Morris and other tobacco products. She moved to Kraft when it was spun off as a separate company. Although Roy Blunt listed Kraft Foods in his financial disclosure statement ...
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 ...
"No Subtle" Reaction Expected to Apple Earnings
"I think the stock is going down for a variety of reasons, and it's now just an upgrade company, and the best of its run is over and the competition is getting hotter," said Boockvar.
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Which Tobacco Stocks To Buy And Which To Avoid?
Thirty years back, if you had invested $100 in Altria Group (NYSE:MO), previously named Philip Morris Companies, you would have fetched substantial dividends over these years and the stocks would have been worth more than $5,000 today.
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Janus Best as Bond Acumen Boosts Stocks: Riskless Return
The managers at Denver-based Janus Capital Group Inc. posted a risk-adjusted return of 2.3 percent in the past five years, the best among 18 similar funds of more than $5 billion that invest at least 50 percent in equities, according to the BLOOMBERG ...
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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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Latham, S&C, Orrick, Covington & Burling: Business of Law
Viacom Inc. general counsel Michael Fricklas gave $30,630 to Democratic candidates, including $17,500 to the Democratic National Committee, according to Corporate Counsel.
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