|TLC Searches For a Smoking Gun
|By the time Walter Cronkite's narrative and the images of smoke, blackened lung tissue and tumorous lab rats come around to Jeffrey S. Wigand, the TLC series "Tobacco Wars" is nearly over.
|S.Korea Tobacco & Ginseng plans 0 mln GDR issue
|The state-run Tobacco & Ginseng Corp plans to issue 0 million of global depositary receipts (GDRs) in November, the Korea Stock Exchange said on Friday.
|B.A.T shareholders okay Imasco takeover-Imasco
|Tobacco and retail conglomerate Imasco Ltd. said on Friday shareholders of British American Tobacco Plc approved BAT's plans to buy the 58 percent of Imasco it does not already own.
|Philip Morris, Save Your 0 Million and Walk the Talk
|After a 40-year history of marketing tobacco products, how can Philip Morris denounce the safety of cigarettes the same day it touts its good will?
|Angelos, Md. Feud Over Tobacco Fee
|Negotiations over how much Baltimore Orioles owner Peter G. Angelos should be paid for handling Maryland's lawsuit against the big tobacco companies threaten to bottle up the flow of millions of dollars the state is set to receive from a national settleme
|Lawmaker's influence over tobacco settlement legislation questioned
|Senate Democrats, accusing House Finance Chairman E.J. Thomas of an ethical lapse, will offer amendments tightening conflict of interest provisions in legislation dividing up Ohio's share of the national tobacco settlement.
|Judge urged to shut down Philip Morris Web site
|Fearing Philip Morris' new Internet site will sway Miami jurors, an attorney for 500,000 sick Florida smokers asked a judge Thursday to shut it down.
|Tobacco payments to states stalled by Va. dispute
|States awaiting revenues from a national settlement with tobacco companies face a delay because a legal challenge resurfaced in Virginia, a spokesman for the Virginia Attorney General said on Friday.
|Philip Morris Shares Fall On Comments
|Shares of Philip Morris Cos. Inc. slipped more than 3 percent Wednesday after the world's largest tobacco company acknowledged for the first time that smoking causes a number of lethal diseases.
|Racial Differences in the Treatment of Early-Stage Lung Cancer
|Analysis suggests that the lower survival rate among black patients with early-stage, non-small-cell lung cancer, as compared with white patients, is largely explained by the lower rate of surgical tr...
|Blacks Lose Out On Lung Cancer Surgery-Study
|U.S. blacks are far less likely than whites to undergo surgery for lung cancer and the result is 44 unnecessary deaths for every 1,000 blacks who develop lung tumors, Thursday's New England Journal of Medicine reports.