Reynolds American shares hit an all-time high today on news of a 2 for 1 stock split and increased quarterly dividendSDiscussing the tobacco company's earnings, with Susan Cameron, Reynolds American president and CEO.
CVS Health quits the U.S. Chamber of Commerce over a dispute about tobacco.
Reynolds American wins U.S. antitrust approval to buy rival Lorillard.
Philip Morris International wants smokers to move to "reduced risk" products, CEO Andre Calantzopoulos tells CNBC.
André Calantzopoulos, Philip Morris International CEO, talks about the future of the tobacco industry and a new segment they're calling "reduced risk products."
Imperial Tobacco's underlying net revenue took a 3 percent hit in its growth markets due to instability in Iraq in the 6 months to March.
E-cigarettes may have been marketed as a healthier option to cigarettes, yet, a new report shows that 1 in 5 U.K. teenagers have tried them.
Countries facing potentially pricey legal challenges from big tobacco firms are to get help from a fund created by Bill Gates and Michael Bloomberg.
British politicians are expected to approve laws to enforce plain, standardized packaging for cigarettes.
Phillip Morris International on Wednesday announced that Carlos Slim will retire from its board of directors in May.
Three major U.S. tobacco companies will pay $100 million to settle hundreds of federal lawsuits over smoking.
Discussing Reynolds America's "fantastic" 4th quarter and strong year overall, with CEO Susan Cameron.
This list represents the largest capital commitments raised by private U.S. companies actively listed on equity crowdfunding platforms.
Marlboro maker Altria's profit more than doubled in the fourth quarter on higher cigarette prices and lower costs for paying down debt.
New rules allow U.S. travelers to bring back $100 worth of rum and cigars from Cuba. So how far does $100 bucks go in Havana?
Smoking costs the average smoker at least $1.1 million over a lifetime, according to a new analysis, as reported by the Detroit Free Press.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on the positive moves in tobacco stocks.
Curious consumers and smokers hoping to kick the cigarette habit are pushing the growth of vaping.
Vaporizers allow marijuana and nicotine users to consume discreetly with no odor, reports CNBC's Kate Rogers.
U.S. smokers and cigar companies are welcoming the prospect of being able to get their hands on "Cubans" openly.