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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
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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
Philip Morris Profit Tops Estimates on Sales in Russia  Bloomberg
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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.
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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?
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 ...
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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.
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HSBC executive steps down amid bank links to money laundering around the ...
�The problem here is that some international banks abuse their U.S. access,� Senator Carl Levin, the Michigan Democrat who heads the subcommittee, said at the start of the hearing.
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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.
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Sandvine reports Q2 loss, announces new orders
WATERLOO, Ont. - Network technology company Sandvine Corp. (TSX:SVC) reported a US$4.2-million loss in its second quarter but that was tempered by the announcement of new orders from a top U.S.
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Chorus Aviation base closure to affect about 200 workers
Chorus Aviation Inc., the primary regional affiliate of Air Canada, said Thursday it would be closing its base in London, Ont.
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