Cannabis Allure Proves Irresistible for Tobacco Company Altria
The deal with Cronos gives Altria a foothold in Canada, which in October became the first major economy to legalize marijuana.
Hawthorne Is Coming at You and Your Old Spice—With Algorithms
As Altria Eyes Pot, Philip Morris CEO Ignores Peer Pressure
Altria Growth Quest Intensifies With Report of Cronos Weed Talks
3M, DuPont Tussle Over ‘Mega’ Lawsuit on Cancer-Linked Chemicals
Juul Stake Would Let Altria Hedge E-Cigarette Bet
FDA's Gottlieb Reaffirms Efforts to Stave Off New Youth Smokers
Philip Morris's IQOS Seen Benefiting From FDA Flavor Crackdown
BAT Plunges on Possible U.S. Move to Ban Menthol Cigarettes
A Sears lawyer told a judge the store chain was reviewing alternative structures for a proposed $300 million bankruptcy loan.
Facebook Users Can't Find Anyone Left at Cambridge Analytica
Lampert, Sears Creditors Gird for Battle Over Recent Asset Sales
Sears said in the filings that it plans to close 142 stores immediately.
Sears filed for Chapter 11 protection, listing more than $10 billion in debts and more than $1 billion in assets.
Steinhoff's Mattress Firm Files for Bankruptcy in the U.S.
American Tire Files Bankruptcy to Cut Debt by $1.1 Billion
Neiman Marcus Is Discussing Debt Overhaul With Lender Groups
Creditor Asks Whether Neiman Marcus Defaulted in Transfer of MyTheresa Stake
We Didn’t Kill Toys ‘R’ Us, Solus Tells Investors
Lehman's Carcass Has Handed Huge Profits to Distressed Funds