Thomas Russo, Gardner, Russo & Gardner LLC parner, and Brian Milligan, Ave Maria Growth Fund co-manager, weigh in on Calpers' ban on tobacco investments.
The U.S. surgeon general on Thursday called for action to reduce the use of e-cigarettes among young people.
Philip Morris International, the world's largest international tobacco company, could stop selling cigarettes, its CEO told the BBC.
David Winters, Wintergreen Advisors CEO, shares his stock picks, including Union Pacific, Reynolds American Inc. and Altria Group.
BAT's cash-and-stock offer would mark the return of the company to the lucrative and highly regulated U.S. market after a 12-year absence.
Imperial Brands Financial Director Oliver Tant breaks down the details from its latest earnings, adding that a takeover of their company would be difficult.
Shares of Reynolds American spike after British American Tobacco offers to buy the rest of the tobacco company.
British American Tobacco has offered to buy Reynolds American Inc. in a $47 billion cash-and-stock deal.
Investors are lighting up for tobacco stocks despite anti-smoking campaigns and proposed cigarette tax hikes in several states.
Goldman Sachs raised its rating on Philip Morris International to buy from neutral.
Among the events that happened on this day in history, in 1997 the tobacco industry agrees to $11.3 billion settlement with Florida.
In a low-yielding world, one investor offers a piece of advice: Smoke ’em if you got ’em.
Donald Trump's new running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, holds a few unconventional views.
Fewer smokers quit when tobacco surcharges were lower for Obamacare plans, a new study shows.
Lennar, United Continental and Reynolds American are making headlines this Tuesday morning.
JPMorgan just upgraded Philip Morris International to overweight from neutral.
E-cigarettes are a million times more dangerous than Hong Kong's air, notes Chung Shan Shan, assistant professor at Hong Kong Baptist University.
Governments are cracking down hard on e-cigarettes through more regulation, which could benefit traditional tobacco companies.
The smoking rate among US adults is now falling to the biggest one-year decline in more than two decades.
Deirdre Bosa looks at the top trades over the last decade that have been able to avoid the summer stock doldrums.