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Philip Morris: Nothing Can Stop This Industry Leader
We have held a long position in Philip Morris International since March 31, 1999, when it (and Kraft Foods (KFT)) was both part of the Philip Morris Companies (NYSE:MO) and we have been pleased with the results of the company and its spin-offs during ...
Appeals court upholds Philip Morris sanctions  Reuters
Cigarette Companies Lose Appeal To Remove Court Activity  ValueWalk
Earnings Preview: Philip Morris
On June 13, 2012, Philip Morris International Inc. announced a new three-year share repurchase program of $18 billion. It is anticipated that the new program will be initiated August 1, 2012, following completion of the existing three-year program of ...
Philip Morris International's Q2 Profit Falls  ValueWalk
The European Cigarette Industry Is Getting Slammed By The Euro Crisis  Business Insider
P&G to Philip Morris Blame Currency for Forecast Cuts
Procter & Gamble Co. and Philip Morris International Inc. found a common culprit for weaker financial results in recent weeks: changes in currency values.
Wheat Board demise fuels Ontario food fight
“It seems rational that [agriculture companies] might want to make some acquisitions they hadn't in the past to take advantage of this environment,” said Al Mussell, a senior research associate with the George Morris Centre, an agriculture economics ...
Two men remain HIV-free two years after bone marrow transplants
Two men with longstanding HIV infections no longer have detectable HIV in their blood cells years after having bone marrow transplants.
Europe's Smoking Problem
The report was part funded by Philip Morris International. ... The EU's anti-smuggling strategy has changed significantly over the last decade, with Brussels shifting from confrontation with the cigarette companies to something closer to collaboration ...
How Microsoft Kinect has inspired 'the surgeon's GPS'
Another Canadian startup, Montreal's Jintronix Inc., is building software that couples Kinect's motion sensing and scanning properties with clinical programs to deliver physical therapy exercises remotely to patients such as stroke victims and those in ...
Not all sin stocks are created equal
In a year marked by macroeconomic shock waves emanating from Europe, popular sin stocks like Altria MO, -0.68% Philip Morris International PM, -1.26% Diageo DEO, -0.62% and Anheuser Busch InBev BUD, -1.27% are all trading near 52-week highs. Over long ...
Anger as archbishop suggests MP died from organ failure 'because he was gay'
One of Britain's most senior Roman Catholics has sparked fury by suggesting an MP and former minister died because he was gay.
Burned body of vicar's son, 18, found in family garage beside note that ...
The 18-year-old son of a Methodist vicar has been found dead after he set fire to himself in the family garage while his parents were out.