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Sumitra Pednekar lost her husband Satish Pednekar, who was Maharashtra’s former home and labour minister to oral cancer in 2011, and has questioned the government’s contrarian policy on tobacco. She has filed a public interest litigation in the Bombay H
Apr 25, 2017 DNA India (in)
added Apr 26, 2017 12:47
Maloney of The Wall Street Journal found revenue is soaring. Her piece in today's Journal details how... MALONEY: Well, the profit margins are growing every single year. They've gone up 77 percent since 2007. CORNISH: So is there, like, a typical or aver
Apr 24, 2017 West Virginia Public Broadcasting
added Apr 25, 2017 16:43
First, Altria has found a way to survive despite an onslaught of attacks that many believed would eventually drive the tobacco company bankrupt. Second, Altria has used its brand awareness to create pricing power, and price increases have helped the cigar
Apr 24, 2017 Motley Fool
added Apr 24, 2017 23:08
Investors are also cheering...The industry sells 5.5 trillion cigarettes each year to the world’s one billion smokers. In many ways, the US has become attractive again as opportunities around the rest of the globe wane.
Apr 25, 2017 The Australian (au)
added Apr 24, 2017 18:29
4. This paper provides background information on the ILO’s current activities in the tobacco sector, as well as on the role and responsibilities of the ILO within the broader framework of the [FCTC] to help the tripartite members of the Governing Body t
Feb 28, 2017 International Labour Organization (ch)
added Apr 24, 2017 18:20
The company has been investing in a new portfolio of products Philip Morris International Inc., the world’s largest publicly traded tobacco company, dropped the most in five months after price increases and new technologies failed to offset a decline in d
Apr 20, 2017 Bloomberg News
added Apr 22, 2017 23:43
Philip Morris (PM.N) fell 3.8 percent to $109.61 as the biggest drag to the benchmark S&P index after the tobacco maker's first-quarter profit forecast fell below estimates.
Apr 20, 2017 Reuters
added Apr 20, 2017 19:59
In 2015, Ohio University banned the use of tobacco products on its Athens campus. Despite that, money invested in one of the world’s largest tobacco companies can be traced to the university’s endowment fund.
Apr 17, 2017 The Post Online (Ohio University)
added Apr 17, 2017 21:56
That’s the substance of a case filed by a group of individuals, some of whom run the Tata Trusts, in the Bombay high court. The case—the court is yet to decide whether to admit it or not—specifically names ITC Ltd, which it refers to as “primarily” a tob
Apr 17, 2017 livemint.com (in)
added Apr 17, 2017 19:19
In most cases the insurance companies are privately owned with a clear profit motive, and their stakes are limited to 2-3% of the total shareholding of the tobacco firms.
Apr 17, 2017 The Economic Times (India)
added Apr 17, 2017 18:58