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Throughout much of the year, an obscure yet highly personable entrepreneur named Jonnie R. Williams dominated attention statewide.
This makes Philip Morris the last of the international tobacco companies to move into this market, as peers Imperial Tobacco and British American Tobacco have already launched, or are in the process of launching, their own e-cig products.
The New York Court of Appeals today said that New York law does not allow for an independent cause of action for medical monitoring.
However, this is not a current issue. No, Philip Morris' debt is, at present, sustainable.
During the past week, GuruFocus recognized five companies as dividend growers. In order to be qualified for this list, the company had to: A Have a dividend yield of greater than 3%.
SALEM, N.C., Dec. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- R.J. Reynolds Vapor Company has issued the following release: "R.J. Reynolds Vapor Company to showcase VUSE Digital Vapor Cigarette at 2014 Consumer Electronics Show."
Altria Group is one of the few stocks that have been able to pay a high dividend for years in a row.
The Bishkek City Court dismissed the appeals and upheld earlier court decisions which rejected the claims based on the existence of the international arbitration clause in the Restated Investment Agreement between the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic, Kyrgyzaltyn, Centerra, and Kumtor.
General Motors, the US car giant, has appointed its first female boss, Mary Barra, in an industry that has been a virtual male monopoly at the top.
Dietary supplement maker Star Scientific Inc. has agreed to pay $975,000 to settle a dispute with the Virginia Department of Taxation.
Canadian stocks were little changed, after sliding to a two-month low yesterday, as declines among phone companies offset gains in gold producers.