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  1. Three Lessons From Wells Fargo's E-Cig ForumRead the original story

    Yesterday | CSP

    ... tobacco products in the pipeline: Altria through a technology-sharing agreement with Philip Morris International (which is currently testing heat-not-burn products in Japan and Europe) and Reynolds through the recently announced relaunch of its ...

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  2. China is moving to crack down on smoking and cigarette advertisingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    ... 43 percent of the global market for cigarettes. The largest privately held cigarette seller is Philip Morris International Inc. with 14 percent of the global market. In 2013 sales of cigarettes in China totaled $205 billion. This was nearly 10-times ...

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  3. US: Tobacco Giant's Move Could Reduce Child LaborRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | AlertNet

    ... giving your consent for us to set cookies. Tweet Widget Facebook Like Email The tobacco giant Philip Morris International has adopted a change in policy that could protect many child workers from danger on tobacco farms in the United States, Human ...

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  4. Is Philip Morris' Dividend Safe?Read the original story

    Tuesday | The Motley Fool

    ... ways for investors to build long term wealth. Such has been the case with cigarette maker Philip Morris International ( ) But increasingly, public sentiment throughout the world has turned against smoking, and this can't be good for the tobacco ...

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  5. Ferrari sack team chief Mattiacci, appoint ArrivabeneRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Football.co.uk

    ... president of Marlboro Global Communication and Promotions for tobacco giants and team sponsors Philip Morris International, which he joined in 1997. Less than 24 hours after the end of the 2014 F1 season, Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne said: "We ...

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  6. 2 Things Vector Group Dividend Investors Need to KnowRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Motley Fool

    ... yield is high because the market isn't convinced that it's sustainable. That's why Altria and Philip Morris International yield between 4% and 5% while Vector yields over 7%. There are two primary reasons investors may have less faith in Vector's ...

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  7. Philip Morris - The Beginning Of A New ChapterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Seeking Alpha

    ... uses a carbon tip that heats tobacco after being lit, in Wisconsin in February 2015. Just like Philip Morris International, Revo will cost about the same as a premium pack of regular cigarettes and is a response to a deal Altria (NYSE: MO ) made ...

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  8. Ferrari fire Mattiacci, hire ArrivabeneRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 3 | Formula 1 Blog

    ... to his appointment in 2007 as Vice President of Marlboro Global Communication & Promotions for Philip Morris International and, in 2011, as Vice President Consumer Channel Strategy and Event Marketing. He has been an independent member of the board ...

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  9. EXCLUSIVE: Pay per puff? Caffeine stick? E-cigarette boom sparks race for new patentsRead the original story

    Monday Nov 24 | Canadian Content

    ... a smartphone app to show how much you are using, new patents go a step further. Tobacco giant Philip Morris International describes an e-cigarette that would allow users to "pay as you go" by buying a certain number of doses via computer application ... 1 comment

  10. Arrivabene replaces Mattiacci at FerrariRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | ANSA.it

    ... Sebastian Vettal would take his place next season. Arrivabene comes from Ferrari sponsors Philip Morris International, which he joined in 1997. Mattiacci was only appointed in April, taking over from Stefano Domenicali after another poor start to ...

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  11. Ferrari sack F1 team chief Mattiacci, appoint ArrivabeneRead the original story

    Monday Nov 24 | Yahoo!

    ... of Marlboro Global Communication and Promotions for tobacco giants and team sponsors Philip Morris International, which he joined in 1997. Less than 24 hours after Lewis Hamilton clinched the world title in the season-ending race in Abu Dhabi, ...

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  12. Pay per Puff? E-Cigarette Boom Sparks Race for New PatentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Scientific American

    ... a smartphone app to show how much you are using, new patents go a step further. Tobacco giant Philip Morris International describes an e-cigarette that would allow users to "pay as you go" by buying a certain number of doses via computer application ...

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  13. E-Cigarette surge spurs patent boomRead the original story

    Monday Nov 24 | Business World

    ... a smartphone app to show how much you are using, new patents go a step further. Tobacco giant Philip Morris International describes an e-cigarette that would allow users to "pay as you go" by buying a certain number of doses via computer application ...

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  14. Mattiacci out of Ferrari as Arrivabene confirmed in top jobRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Motorsport.com

    ... Latter he has held the role of Vice President Consumer Channel Strategy and Event Marketing for Philip Morris International. We would also like to thank Marco Mattiacci for his service to Ferrari in the last 15 years and we wish him well in his ...

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  15. Arrivabene replaces Mattiacci as Ferrari team principalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | ANSA.it

    ... Sebastian Vettal would take his place next season. Arrivabene comes from Ferrari sponsors Philip Morris International, which he joined in 1997. Mattiacci was only appointed in April, taking over from Stefano Domenicali after another poor start to ...

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  16. Motor Racing: Ferrari sack team chief Mattiacci, appoint ArrivabeneRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Channelnewsasia.com

    ... president of Marlboro Global Communication and Promotions for tobacco giants and team sponsors Philip Morris International, which he joined in 1997. He has also represented all Formula One sponsors on the F1 Commission since 2010. Less than 24 hours ...

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  17. F1: Ferrari appoints Marlboro man as team bossRead the original story

    Monday Nov 24 | PitPass.com

    ... to his appointment in 2007 as Vice President of Marlboro Global Communication & Promotions for Philip Morris International and, in 2011, as Vice President Consumer Channel Strategy and Event Marketing. He has been an independent member of the board ...

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  18. Major Tobacco Company Praised For Taking Steps to End Child Labor Is...Read the original story

    Sunday Nov 23 | PressReleasePoint

    WASHINGTON DC, United States of America - In a major PR move Philip Morris International, which sells Marlboro among other leading cigarette brands, announced that it will begin buying US-grown tobacco exclusively through third-party leaf supply companies, rather than directly from tobacco farmers in what the company says is an effort to combat child labor, which has become a major problem on U.S. tobacco farms. Despite its stated commitment to end child labor practices on Tobacco farms, known to cause devastating illnesses linked to nicotine exposure, the company continues to target children in its international advertisements.

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  19. Alonso takes aim at MattiacciRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 22 | Sky Sports

    ... gone soon, to be replaced by Maurizio Arrivabene, the Vice-President of Global Communications at Philip Morris International. Ferrari declined to comment, although speculation that Ross Brawn is on the verge of returning to Maranello did bring a ...

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  20. Richard L. SnyderRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Pocono Record

    ... accountant, he served in various executive management positions until 1991 when he retired from Philip Morris International where he was executive vice president, Europe-Middle East-Africa. He was universally regarded as a man of gentleness, ...

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