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Altria Group, Inc. NYSE: MO (previously named Philip Morris Companies Inc.), based in New York City, is one of the world's largest food, beverage, and tobacco corporations and a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500. It owns the brands Marlboro cigarettes, L&M cigarettes under its Philip Morris USA arm and retains a majority stake in Kraft Foods and a 36% interest in SABMiller, parent company of Miller Brewing. Altria's tobacco subsidiary, Philip Morris, is the world's largest commercial tobacco company by sales. (The China National Tobacco Co. and Japan Tobacco sell larger volumes.)
Their flagship Marlboro is the world's most popular tobacco brand. Other popular tobacco brands owned by Phillip Morris are Parliament, Virginia Slims, and Benson and Hedges (in some markets only). Philip Morris was begun by a London tobacconist of the same name. He was one of the first people to sell hand-rolled cigarettes in the 1860s, selling them under the brand names Oxford and Cambridge Blues, following the adoption of cigarette smoking by British soldiers returning from the Crimean War.
The company opened its New York office in 1902 and soon became part of James Duke's American Tobacco Company monopoly. Though Altria's headquarters are still in New York, in 2004 its Philip Morris USA division completed a move of its 682 New York based employees to Richmond, Virginia to consolidate operations and achieve cost savings for shareholders.
Philip Morris bought Kraft Foods on October 30, 1988 for US$13.1 billion, in a bid to diversify from the declining tobacco business and to reduce litigation risk. It also purchased the Nabisco division of the former RJR Nabisco in 2000.