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Altria: Its Pros And Cons, And Why I'm Holding Onto My Shares
Quoting from the 10K "The excess of the purchase price paid by Altria Group, Inc. over the fair value of identifiable net assets acquired in the acquisition of UST primarily reflects the value of adding USSTC and its subsidiaries to Altria Group, Inc ...
Altria Group a Top 25 Dividend Giant With 5.12% Yield (MO)
Altria Group Inc (NYSE: MO) has been named as a Top 25 ”Dividend Giant” by ETF Channel, with a stunning $2.02B worth of stock held by ETFs, and above-average ”DividendRank” statistics including a strong 5.12% yield, according to the most recent ...
Altria Group Moves Up In Market Cap Rank, Passing Kraft Foods
In the case of Altria Group Inc (NYSE: MO), the market cap is now $71.98 billion, versus Kraft Foods, Inc. (NASD: KFT) at $71.87 billion.
S&P assigns Altria notes 'BBB' rating
Aug 7 - Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said today that it assigned its 'BBB' senior unsecured debt rating to Richmond, Va.
Altria Leads US Bond Sales in Busiest Weekly Start Since March
6 (Bloomberg) -- Altria Group Inc. sold $2.8 billion of debt to lead the busiest weekly start for U.S. corporate bond sales in more than four months as company borrowing costs hold at about record lows.
Altria's Dividend History, Profit Margins Make It A Great Dividend Stock To Buy
Last week's dividend hike of 7.3% makes Altria Group Inc. (NYSE:MO) a great dividend stock to hold in your portfolio. Altria recently reported excellent quarterly results.
US appeals court strikes down FDA tobacco warning label requirement
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.
Court Strikes Graphic Cigarette Labels  Wall Street Journal
Pina Colada E-Cigs Leading Push Into Smokeless Tobacco
The index consists of Lorillard, Altria, Reynolds and Philip Morris International Inc. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which in 2009 won the power to regulate tobacco products, has yet to impose rules on these new cigarette alternatives.
Lower costs have young smokers switching to little cigars  Sun-Sentinel
Time to Ditch Dividend Stocks?
"On one hand, you've got the stocks that have been really the biggest beneficiaries of this environment—that's an AT&T, a Verizon, a Altria Group, a Southern Company. They are well-known names that have very stable earnings, very stable cash flows, ...
E-Cigarettes a Wake-Up Call for Big Tobacco
"Considering both [Lorillard] and [Reynolds American Inc.] have dipped their toes in the e-cig waters, the next move is [the Altria Group Inc.'s] and we expect it to be big," she added. On the product end, Herzog point to NJOY's soon-to-be released ...