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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).
Ulrich Franzen, Designer of Brutalist Buildings, Dies at 91
Mr. Franzen's first major solo project was the fortresslike Alley Theater in Houston, which opened in 1968 for the city's resident theater company. Critics praised it as a triumph of the Brutalist style, ... The building, rising 26 stories, featured a ...
Marlboro maker Altria 3Q profit falls on charges
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Marlboro maker Altria Group Inc.'s third-quarter net income fell 44 percent on charges for a loss on early extinguishment of debt.
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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.
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.
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 ...
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 ...