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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
Philip Morris Profit Tops Estimates on Sales in Russia  Bloomberg
Philip Morris International: Recent Earnings Should Take The Stock To $100
It is always interesting to compare the headlines of earnings reports to the actual substance. While the top line and bottom line numbers are certainly important, a company's actual numbers and guidance can often be very different from what the ...
In the Markets: Here's one stock that's smoking  Crain's New York Business
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.
Can Stock Buybacks Complement A Dividend Growth Strategy?
To illustrate this effect, consider a company that both grows its dividend and buys back significant amounts of stock: Philip Morris International (NYSE:PM). According to data freely available at Morningstar, Philip Morris International reduced its ...
Asia lights up tobacco giant's sales
That's been true of Philip Morris International (PM, Fortune 500). The world's largest publicly traded tobacco company has been on a stellar run since 2008, when it was spun off to sell iconic brands like Marlboro outside the U.S. while former parent ...
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.
Infringing Via The Unspoken: Marlboro Appeal Increases Scope Of Confusion For ...
In an eagerly anticipated decision, the Federal Court of Appeal has allowed in part Imperial Tobacco's unique infringement lawsuit against Philip Morris in the Marlboro Canada Ltd. v. Philip Morris Products S.A. decision. This lawsuit involved the ...
Certain Airports Are Disease-Spread Hot Spots
A new study finds that they, along with Honolulu International Airport, are the most likely to facilitate the spread of a major pandemic.
Lame of Thrones
LAST YEAR, in urgent need of a new show to devour, my wife, Stephanie, and I decided to make a go of Game of Thrones. We watched the pilot, and although we found it well made, it didn't really pull us in.