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Philip Morris International Inc Posts 2021 Q3 Reported Diluted EPS Of $1.55
Philip Morris International Closes New USD 2.5 Billion 5-Year Business Transformation-Linked Credit Facility
Philip Morris Announces Satisfaction Of Japanese Antitrust Condition For Vectura Deal
Philip Morris International Inc. is a holding company. The Company is engaged in the manufacture and sale of cigarettes, as well as smoke-free products, electronic devices and accessories, and other nicotine-containing products in markets outside the United States of America. Its segments include European Union Region (EU); Eastern Europe Region (EE); Middle East & Africa Region (ME&A); South & Southeast Asia Region (S&SA); East Asia & Australia Region (EA&A), and Latin America & Canada Region (LA&C). Its portfolio of international and local brands is led by Marlboro. Its other cigarette brands include Bond Street, Chesterfield, L&M, Lark and Philip Morris. It owns various local cigarette brands, such as Dji Sam Soe, Sampoerna A and Sampoerna U in Indonesia, and Fortune and Jackpot in the Philippines. Its IQOS smoke-free product brand includes heated tobacco and nicotine-containing vapor products. It also develops a pipeline of inhaled therapeutics and respiratory drug delivery.
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Cigarette maker Philip Morris (PMI) clinched its 1.1 billion-pound takeover of asthma inhaler maker Vectura on Thursday, winning the support of the British company's shareholders despite the concerns of health professionals.
Cigarette maker Philip Morris International (PMI) said on Thursday it had received about 75% of Vectura shares from shareholders as part of a public tender offer process to acquire the British company.
Cigarette maker Philip Morris International (PMI) said on Wednesday shareholders holding 22.61% of Vectura shares had tendered their stock to the tobacco group as part of its deal to buy the asthma drug maker for 1.1 billion pounds ($1.51 billion).
Tobacco major Philip Morris International said on Wednesday it has bought 22.61% of its acquisition target and maker of asthma drug inhalers Vectura in a market purchase. (Reporting by Aby Jose Koilparambil in Bengaluru; editing by Uttaresh.V)
Stakeholder capitalists like to shout. In the case of Philip Morris International’s offer for inhaler maker Vectura, the volume didn’t make much difference. PMI’s deep pockets prevailed over revulsion from health charities and a handful of investors at Big Tobacco looking...
Cigarette maker Philip Morris won the support of Vectura for its 1.1 billion pound ($1.5 billion) takeover offer for the inhaled treatments maker after outbidding private equity firm Carlyle, the British company said on Thursday.
The takeover battle between tobacco giant Philip Morris and private equity firm Carlyle for inhaled treatments maker Vectura will not be heading to the auction ring on Wednesday after Carlyle said it will not raise its bid.
The takeover battle for drugmaker Vectura will enter a rare head-to-head auction process if private equity group Carlyle and tobacco giant Philip Morris do not make final bids by Tuesday, according to a British regulator.
Britain's takeover regulator said on Monday it would launch an auction process for Vectura if its suitors Carlyle Group and Philip Morris don't make final bids for the London-listed drugmaker by Tuesday.
Philip Morris has raised its bid for British drugmaker Vectura to 165 pence ($2.29) per share, the tobacco company said on Sunday.
Private equity firm Carlyle Group on Friday outbid tobacco company Philip Morris in the takeover battle for Vectura, offering to buy the British drugmaker for about 958 million pounds ($1.3 billion).
Tobacco group Philip Morris International will stop selling Marlboro cigarettes in Britain within a decade, its chief executive told https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9822189/Tobacco-giant-Philip-Morris-stop-selling-cigarettes-Britain-ten-years.html the Daily Mail...
British Business Minister Kwasi Kwarteng has asked officials to monitor drugmaker Vectura Group PLC's proposed takeover by U.S. tobacco group Philip Morris International Inc, the Times newspaper reported https://bit.ly/3efO4ag.
Tobacco group Philip Morris International agreed on Friday to buy Vectura for 1.05 billions pounds ($1.44 billion), giving the U.S. firm access to the British drugmaker's respiratory ailment treatments and inhaling device technology.
Cigarette maker Philip Morris International Inc said on Friday it will buy Vectura Group in a deal valuing the British pharmaceutical company at 1.05 billion pounds ($1.44 billion).
(Corrects paragraph 5 to say IQOS is a heated-tobacco product, not an e-cigarette brand)
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Japan Tobacco Inc said on Tuesday it plans to launch a new heated tobacco device in the second half of 2021, as it tries to compete with Philip Morris' IQOS cigarettes.
A federal appeals court has upheld a $27 million verdict handed down more than six years ago against Philip Morris USA Inc in favor of a now-deceased woman who developed lung disease from smoking.
Louis Camilleri, chief executive officer or Ferrari N.V. and executive chairman of tobacco giant Philip Morris International Inc is retiring from his roles at both companies effective immediately, the companies said on Thursday.
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