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Altria: Its Pros And Cons, And Why I'm Holding Onto My Shares
When I first started reading about Altria (NYSE:MO) its dividend is what initially got me very intrigued. Altria was the first company that I bought where I actually read an annual report so it was my starting point for the research I am doing now ...
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
Spyware Matching FinFisher Can Take Over IPhones
FinFisher spyware made by U.K.-based Gamma Group can take control of a range of mobile devices, including Apple Inc.
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, ...
Augusta's Hootie Johnson Says He Tapped Moore to End Female Ban
Some of the world's biggest technology companies announce earnings this week, including Apple Inc. and Google parent Alphabet Inc. The PGA Championship golf tournament is played in New Jersey, and training camps open ahead of the National Football ...
Big Tobacco Shills Trying to Stop GMO Labeling in California
The food industry really hates it when you compare them to Big Tobacco. They try to deny the negative association by claiming that food is different from tobacco.
Smokers in US Switch to Pipes, Cigars From Cigarettes
Altria Group Inc., the largest U.S. seller of tobacco, said it didn't support having more than one level of taxes. “Altria and its tobacco operating companies believe that little cigars and roll your own tobacco should pay the same tax as cigarettes ...
Chocolate Losing to Cocaine on Colombia Cocoa Slump
A drive to reduce cocaine production has eroded funding for the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, the nation's largest guerrilla group, improving security and drawing record international investment to Colombia. Planting cocoa is a key strategy ...
Buffett Pledges $3 Billion More to Children's Foundations
Billionaire Warren Buffett has pledged an additional $3 billion of shares in his Berkshire Hathaway Inc. to his three children's foundations.
Obama, Romney Get Physical in Game Aimed at Voter Turnout
Some of the world's biggest technology companies announce earnings this week, including Apple Inc. and Google parent Alphabet Inc. The PGA Championship golf tournament is played in New Jersey, and training camps open ahead of the National Football ...