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Tobacco Companies Must Admit They Lied on Products, Ads
U.S. tobacco companies including Altria Group Inc.'s Philip Morris USA were told by a judge they must publish warnings with their products, in advertisements and on their websites saying they lied to the public about the health hazards of smoking.
Tobacco companies ordered to publicly admit deception on smoking dangers  CNN
Philip Morris reviews court's order to advertise smoking risk  WTVR
Altria: 5.5% Annual Yield And 9% Dividend Growth From Best-In-Breed Tobacco Maker
We previously published four reports analyzing and evaluating Altria Group (NYSE:MO) in June. Two of those reports were 100% focused on Altria Group's operations and the other two were analyzing Altria in comparison to its peers. Although we are not ...
Better Buy: Philip Morris vs. Altria
Investors love tobacco stocks for their great dividends, but many have a hard time deciding which one is the best place for their money today.
Obama Re-elected as Crucial Ohio Goes His Way
said Todd Schoenberger, managing principal at the BlackBay Group, even though some market analysis had suggested that many traders had already priced in an Obama win.
Union Busting by Profiting From Non-Profit May Breach IRS
In the 1990s, cigarette-maker Philip Morris USA, now part of Altria Group Inc., poured hundreds of thousands of dollars into a trade group Berman ran, which aimed to block smoking sections in restaurants, according to internal documents Philip Morris ...
Marijuana Legalization: 3 Legit Angles to Profit From Decriminalized Pot
That's been bad news for cigarette makers like Reynolds American (RAI) and Altria (MO), but marijuana legalization may offer these companies a second chance at a bright future, and the possibility to revoke their pariah status, and become "cool" again.
Tobacco farmers see rebound in leaf prices
Altria Group Inc., owner of Philip Morris USA, spun off Philip Morris International a few years ago. Philip Morris International produces Marlboro and other cigarette brands for overseas markets.
Wal-Mart moves up dividend to avoid "fiscal cliff'
Dividend-paying companies including Altria Group Inc, AT&T Inc and Verizon Communications Inc are among those pressing lawmakers to avoid a tax hike, with executives and surrogates making frequent visits to Capitol Hill.
2012 Election: Which Industries Won When Obama Did, and Which Lost
The election has come and gone: On Tuesday, President Obama won a second term, and the balance of power in Congress didn't shift too much either way.
How Big Business Wants to Shrink the Electorate
Among that group, 18 percent of citizens 65 years of age or older don't have government-issued photo ID (more than 6 million seniors) and, based on 2000 U.S.