|Daily Range||$86.07 - $86.69|
|52-Week Range||$65.91 - $94.65|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (4.7%)|
|Average Daily Volume||24,011|
|Current FY EPS||$6.94|
The American Heart Association's recommendations could quash the e-cigarette market. What does this mean for Altria, Reynolds American, and Imperial Tobacco?
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Lorillard shareholders could have gotten a better price from Reynolds American, while Imperial Tobacco gets a steal.
Mint-flavored cigarettes get new lease on life.
Whacked with tens of billions of dollars in punitive damages, the cigarette maker may yet escape the full brunt of the jury's decision.
In their eagerness to seal the deal, Lorillard and Reynolds American allowed Imperial Tobacco to swoop in and buy Lorillard's high-growth brand.
Reynolds and Lorillard are planning a merger, and here's what you need to know about the deal.
The blockbuster tobacco giants' merger has a surprising twist.
It could spur a wave of consolidation in the tobacco business, shrink factories and workforces, and push prices for cigarettes higher even as smokers buy fewer of them.