Trade Philip Morris

Altria Group, Inc. (formerly known as Philip Morris Corporation, Inc.) is an American company and one of the world's largest producers and marketers of tobacco, cigarettes and related products. It operates worldwide and is headquartered in Unincorporated Henrico County, Virginia, outside Richmond. Altria is the parent company of Philip Morris USA (producer of Marlboro Cigarettes), John Middleton, American Tobacco Company, Company, Philip Morris Corporation Capital, and Chateau City Michel Wine Estates. Altria also holds a significant minority stake in Belgium-based beer company ABInBev, Canadian cannabis company Kronos Group and e-cigarette manufacturer Jewell Labs. It is an element of the S&P 500 and was made up of the Dow Jones Industrial Average from 1985 to 2008, where it declined due to the spin-offs of Kraft Foods in 2007 and Philip Morris International in 2008. Altria appeared from Philip Morris. The beginning of the "brand change" of Philip Morris companies to Altria occurred in 2003 (Philip Morris later split, with PM USA remaining altria's primary assets and only constantly). Altria was created because Philip Morris wishes to emphasize that her portfolio now consists of more than Philip Morris USA and Philip Morris International. At the time, it owned an 84% stake in Kraft, although this work has since been woven off. The name "Altria" is called to come from the Latin word for "high" and was part of the trend of companies changing the brand to Names that did not previously exist, Accenture (formerly