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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
July 12 (Bloomberg) -- Procter & Gamble Co. and Philip Morris International Inc. found a common culprit for weaker financial results in recent weeks: changes in currency values.
Don't Get Paid In Euros - Sell Philip Morris
"Well, we're out of toilet paper. Honey, should we get more or does the yield on Spanish bonds mean we are using newspapers again this week?
A&E Television, Philip Morris, LucasFilm: Intellectual Property
Philip Morris International Inc.'s appeal of the rejection of a Russian trademark registration has come to naught, the Russian Legal Information Agency reported.
Will Philip Morris International Help You Retire Rich?
Yet when Altria (NYS: MO) spun off its international business into a new publicly traded company, Philip Morris International (NYS: PM) , it gave investors a chance to escape the perils of the U.S. court system. Now that the company has been ...
Investment fees dragged into spotlight
Canadians who participate in their company's pension, group RRSP and deferred profit-sharing plans pay hundreds of millions of dollars in investment fees and embedded advisor compensation each year.
Price-fixing suit would put potash industry on trial
The class action suit alleges that seven Canadian, Russian and Belarusian companies have colluded to keep U.S. prices elevated, effectively acting as a “global cartel”.
Wheat Board demise fuels Ontario food fight
The impending end of the Canadian Wheat Board monopoly has inflamed passions among Western Canadian farmers. It has also sparked an unusual and nasty takeover fight between two century-old Canadian agriculture firms.
Zuckerberg's mortgage deal means he's essentially borrowing for free
Paul Sakuma/AP PhotoFacebook Inc. founder Mark zuckerberg refinanced a US$5.95-million mortgage on his Palo Alto, California, home with a 30-year adjustable-rate loan starting at 1.05%, according to public records for the property.
Appeals court upholds Philip Morris sanctions
WASHINGTON A federal appeals court on Friday upheld a ruling banning tobacco company Philip Morris USA, a unit of Altria Group Inc, from making false or deceptive statements about cigarettes. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ...
Cigarette Companies Lose Appeal To Remove Court Activity  ValueWalk