Philip Morris hits new highs after being named top pick at Wells Fargo. Bonnie Herzog, senior analyst for Wells Fargo, explains.
Electronic battery explosions are increasing in frequency, leaving people with third-degree burns and scars, NBC News reports.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
U.S. tobacco users spend more than $320 billion a year on cigarettes and health care for smoking-related illnesses, according to a study.
A former researcher says the pharma giant fired him for raising red flags about statistical problems in tobacco-cessation studies.
The "Fast Money" traders deliver their final trades of the day.
E-cigarette makers are pouring millions of dollars into advertising their wares and teenagers are getting the message loud and clear. NBCNews reports.
The Department of Transportation will no longer allow airplane passengers to pack battery-powered portable electronic smoking devices in checked luggage due to a fire hazard.
Reynolds American CEO Susan Cameron discusses the tobacco company's performance, with shares rising over 50 percent on the year.
Colorado's marijuana industry may be booming, but pesticides pose a big problem for pot entrepreneurs.
Heavy rains are expected to result in significant losses to peanut, soybean and cotton crops, and it may go beyond that.
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether the European Union can sue cigarette maker R.J. Reynolds for running an alleged money-laundering scheme.
U.S. cigarette maker Reynolds American said it would sell the rights to the Natural American Spirit brand to Japan Tobacco for about $5 billion.
Young people who smoke electronic cigarettes are much more likely to smoke tobacco ciggies within a year than their peers.
The chief executive of Philip Morris told CNBC he wants their lines of e-cigarettes eventually to outsell traditional smokes.
E-cigarettes could be prescribed as part of the UK's National Health Service as they are around 95% less harmful than smoking, health officials say.
A Britain Department of Health Study finds that smoking e-cigarettes is 95% less dangerous than smoking tobacco.
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.