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Last $68.19 USD
Change Today +1.53 / 2.30%
Volume 4.3M
LO On Other Exchanges
Symbol
Exchange
New York
As of 8:04 PM 03/27/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

lorillard inc (LO) Snapshot

Open
$66.78
Previous Close
$66.66
Day High
$68.28
Day Low
$66.64
52 Week High
02/25/15 - $69.61
52 Week Low
04/11/14 - $51.84
Market Cap
24.6B
Average Volume 10 Days
3.6M
EPS TTM
$3.38
Shares Outstanding
360.0M
EX-Date
02/26/15
P/E TM
20.2x
Dividend
$2.64
Dividend Yield
3.67%
Current Stock Chart for LORILLARD INC (LO)

lorillard inc (LO) Details

Lorillard, Inc., through its subsidiaries, manufactures and sells cigarettes in the United States. It operates through two segments, Cigarettes and Electronic Cigarettes. The Cigarettes segment offers various cigarettes that include approximately 45 product offerings under various brand names, such as Newport, Kent, True, Maverick, and Old Gold. The Electronic Cigarettes segment researches, develops, manufactures, distributes, markets, advertises, and sells electronic cigarettes under the blu eCigs and SKYCIG brand names. The company sells its products primarily to wholesale distributors that services retail outlets, chain store organizations, and government agencies, as well as directly to adult consumers through the Internet. Lorillard, Inc. was founded in 1760 and is headquartered in Greensboro, North Carolina.

2,900 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/12/15
Founded in 1760

lorillard inc (LO) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Preside...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.3M
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice Pr...
Total Annual Compensation: $944.8K
Executive Vice President of Legal & External ...
Total Annual Compensation: $692.1K
Executive Vice President of Production Operat...
Total Annual Compensation: $683.6K
Executive Vice President of Marketing & Sales
Total Annual Compensation: $718.9K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

lorillard inc (LO) Key Developments

Reynolds American, Philip Morris, Lorillard Agree to Pay $100 Million to Settle Florida Federal Court Lawsuits

Reynolds American (RAI), Philip Morris (PM) and Lorillard (LO) have agreed to collectively pay $100 million to resolve nearly all cases related to hundreds of smoking and health-related lawsuits that are pending but not yet tried in Florida federal courts. Under the terms of the accord, Reynolds American's RJ Reynolds unit will pay $42.5 million, Philip Morris will pay $42.5 million and Lorillard will pay $15 million. These individual smoking and health cases arose out of the so-called Engle class action in Florida. The agreement only covers cases pending in federal court and does not apply to the cases pending against the tobacco companies in the state courts across Florida.

Lorillard Enters into Agreement to Resolve Federal Engle Progeny Cases

Lorillard, Inc. announced that its Lorillard Tobacco Company subsidiary, along with other cigarette manufacturers, have entered into a tentative agreement to resolve pending Engle progeny lawsuits in U.S. federal courts. Under the terms of the tentative agreement, Lorillard will not be subject to any further legal proceedings pertaining to these Engle progeny cases currently pending against the company in the federal district courts. Federal Engle progeny cases currently in trial or previously concluded, along with Engle progeny cases pending in Florida state courts, are not part of the tentative agreement. Lorillard will pay $15 million to resolve the federal cases and expects to record a charge in the first quarter of 2015 in connection with the agreement. Engle progeny cases arose from a 1994 class action case on behalf of Florida residents, and survivors of Florida residents, who were injured or died from medical conditions allegedly caused by addiction to smoking. The class was later decertified by the Florida Supreme Court; however, the court permitted members of the Engle class to file individual claims, including claims for punitive damages. Lorillard, Inc. and Lorillard Tobacco Company have been named as defendants in cases in both state and federal courts in Florida that were filed by members of the Engle class. These resulting Engle cases are commonly referred to as Engle progeny cases. The tentative agreement is subject to final approval and will not become final unless all plaintiffs agree to participate or the parties reach an alternative agreement. Until such final approval or other final resolution is reached, all trials against Lorillard Tobacco and the other manufacturers in federal courts are stayed pending final approval of the agreement.

Altria Group Inc., Philip Morris USA, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., and Lorillard Inc. Asks Federal Appeals Court to Set Aside Series of Court-Ordered Advertisements

America's tobacco companies asked a federal appeals court to set aside a series of court-ordered advertisements saying they lied about the dangers of smoking. The companies told a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit that they're willing to pass along factual public health information about cigarettes but said they won't go along with being forced to underwrite an ad campaign that would have the companies brand themselves as liars. In 2006, U.S. District Judge Gladys Kessler ordered the cigarette makers to publicly admit that they had lied for decades about the dangers of smoking. The ruling came after testimony from 162 witnesses, a nine-month bench trial and thousands of findings by the judge that defendants engaged in a massive campaign of fraud. Kessler required the companies to publicly address smoking's adverse health effects, nicotine manipulation and the impact of secondhand smoke. The judge also required the companies address the truth about 'light' and 'low tar' brands and cigarette addiction. The companies in the case include Altria Group Inc., Philip Morris USA; R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.; and Lorillard Inc.

 

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