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Tobacco Company Reynolds American

Reynolds American Inc. said Tuesday that its first-quarter net income jumped 88 percent as higher prices and lower the cost of long-standing legal settlement offset declining cigarette sales.
The second-largest tobacco company is the nation earned $ 508 million, or 92 cents a share, for the quarter ended March 31, compared with $ 270 million, or 47 cents a share, a year ago.

Reynolds Seeks Success in ‘Total Tobacco Space’

It is not secret cigarettes are on decline, and are still the driver key in tobacco sales. Reynolds American Inc affirmed that the devotement will continue 80% of its brand support budget and 90% of other resource on products, as Reynolds president shared on Monday’s annual Investor’s Day, the company’s efforts on smoke free tobacco products will set Reynolds for a long term success in the tobacco market.

Reynolds American touts efforts to “transform tobacco”

Reynolds American Inc. says its focus on innovation and the development of new product will allow the company to remain competitive in the face of declining smoking rates.

Arts Council will sell artwork donated by R.J. Reynolds

The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County has acquired $700,000 worth of artwork that it plans to sell for the benefit of council programs and funded groups.

Reynolds American Second Quarter Earnings Conference Call

Reynolds American (RAI) Q2 2011 Earnings Call July 22, 2011 9:00 AM ET

R.J. Reynolds Test Markets ‘Dissolvable’ Tobacco In Denver

GOLDEN, Colo. — Health experts are sounding the alarm about some new tobacco products that are being test-marketed in Denver.

Reynolds launches campaign to push smokeless product

R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. is attempting to make lemonade out of the outdoor smoking ban that begins Monday in New York City.

Reynolds American takes step


Reynolds, Philip Morris Lose Smoking Case

ACKSONVILLE, Florida - Morgan & Morgan’s Keith Mitnick won big last night when a Jacksonville jury deliberated into the evening before awarding $6 million in compensatory damages, and determining that punitive damages were warranted as well against Reynolds American’s R.J. Reynolds Tobacco unit and Philip Morris.