Monthly Archives: November 2012

New ban tobacco smokers does not breathe

On the day students return to campus in January of this year from the winter break, the air is fresh, clean and crisp. The campus will be completely tobacco-free because of the ban, and I’ll be smoking across the street.

Does British American Tobacco Measure Up?

The more British American Tobacco holds every dollar it receives the income, the more money it has to invest in growth, fund new strategic plans, distribute to shareholders. Sound fields are often separate pretenders from the best stocks in the market.

Voters to decide on tobacco tax

Missouri ranks last in the USA when it comes to how much tax will be charged on tobacco products. Next week, Missouri voters will have the opportunity to change that.

Imperial Tobacco earnings rise 8 pct

Imperial Tobacco, one of the largest cigarette group, earning 8% annual, growth by its key brands.