tobacco

Investors are scrambling to find yield. Could Altria have just the dividend yield they are looking for? Cigarettes have been considered recession-proof, but this time things may be somewhat different.
Chris Lange
It's no secret that Altria enjoys its relative position in the hearts of Wall Street traders because of its dividend yield. Can the tobacco products giant maintain that high yield?
Paul Ausick
Tilray chose perhaps the worst time that it could to raise capital, as the prior trading day was the worst one that the markets have seen since the 1987 crash.
Jon C. Ogg
Altria decided to hedge traditional tobacco industry bets with a huge investment in Juul, the electronic cigarette company. But that was before Juul was clobbered by federal regulators.
Douglas A. McIntyre
The attorneys general of 39 states have launched an investigation into the sales and marketing practices of e-cigarette maker Juul. Altria, makers of Marlboro cigarettes, paid $12.8 billion in 2018...
Paul Ausick
Marlboro cigarette maker Altria reported a net loss of $1.00 a share primarily due to another massive impairment charge related to its investment in e-cigarette maker Juul.
Paul Ausick
Altria Group has its roots in a business that is over a century old. Tobacco and cigarettes may not have the market they used to, but there’s still money to be made.
Douglas A. McIntyre
Two new studies that will be reported later this week suggest a link between using e-cigarettes and reduced heart health.
Paul Ausick
A $4.5 billion writedown on the value of its investment in e-cigarette maker Juul had little impact on investors who like the Marlboro cigarette maker's high dividend yield and its promise to...
Paul Ausick
Philip Morris International reported mixed quarterly results with disappointing earnings guidance before the markets opened on Thursday.
Chris Lange
Philip Morris is set to report its most recent quarterly results before the markets open on Thursday, and analysts and investors will be keeping an eye on Juul and vaping issues.
Chris Lange
Altria and Philip Morris saw their shares moving in opposite directions after the companies announced that their merger discussions have ended.
Chris Lange
Wall Street tells big companies that they need to break themselves into smaller pieces to unlock the growth potential. Then a decade or so later, Wall Street tells them they would offer a better...
Jon C. Ogg
Altria's core products are still slowly killing their customers, but it manages to keep delivering dividend hikes for its shareholders.
Jon C. Ogg
In many states, people under 21 years old can buy tobacco products. Most Americans don't approve of this and want the age barrier to be above 21. This could drive legislation to increase the age...
Douglas A. McIntyre