ALTRIA REPORTS 2014 FIRST-QUARTER RESULTS; REVISES 2014 FULL-YEAR REPORTED EPS GUIDANCE AND REAFFIRMS 2014 FULLYEAR ADJUSTED EPS GUIDANCE

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ALTRIA REPORTS 2014 FIRST-QUARTER RESULTS;
REVISES 2014 FULL-YEAR REPORTED EPS GUIDANCE AND REAFFIRMS 2014 FULLYEAR ADJUSTED EPS GUIDANCE
Altria’s 2014 first-quarter reported diluted earnings per share (EPS) decreased 14.5% to
$0.59, as comparisons were affected by special items.
Altria’s 2014 first-quarter adjusted diluted EPS, which excludes the impact of special items,
increased 5.6% to $0.57.
Altria revises its 2014 full-year reported diluted EPS guidance from a range of $2.51 to $2.58
to a range of $2.53 to $2.60.
Altria reaffirms its 2014 full-year adjusted diluted EPS guidance to be in a range of $2.52 to
$2.59, representing a growth rate of 6% to 9% from an adjusted diluted EPS base of $2.38 in
2013.
RICHMOND, Va. – April 24, 2014 – Altria Group, Inc. (Altria) (NYSE: MO) today announced its
2014 first-quarter business results, revised its 2014 full-year guidance for reported diluted EPS and
reaffirmed its 2014 full-year guidance for adjusted diluted EPS.
“During the first quarter, Altria grew adjusted diluted EPS by 5.6% behind the strength of our core
tobacco businesses and their leading premium brands,” said Marty Barrington, Chairman and Chief
Executive Officer of Altria. “Our smokeable and smokeless products segments grew their adjusted
operating companies income and expanded margins.”
“We also continued to make disciplined investments to grow new income streams with innovative
products,” said Mr. Barrington. “In e-vapor, Nu Mark will begin its national launch of MarkTen in June.
Nu Mark also closed the Green Smoke acquisition earlier this month.”
Conference Call
As previously announced, a conference call with the investment community and news media will
be webcast on April 24, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. Eastern Time. Access to the webcast is available at altria.com. 2
Cash Returns to Shareholders – Dividends and Share Repurchase Program
In February 2014, Altria’s Board of Directors (Board) declared a regular quarterly dividend of
$0.48 per common share. The current annualized dividend rate is $1.92 per common share. As of April
17, 2014, Altria’s annualized dividend yield was 5.0%. Altria expects to continue to return a large amount
of cash to shareholders in the form of dividends by maintaining a dividend payout ratio target of
approximately 80% of its adjusted diluted EPS. Future dividend payments remain subject to the
discretion of the Board.
During the first quarter of 2014, Altria repurchased approximately 7.5 million shares of its
common stock at an average price of $35.98 for a total cost of approximately $272 million. Altria has
approximately $185 million remaining in the current $1 billion program, which it expects to complete by
the end of the third quarter of 2014. The timing of share repurchases depends upon marketplace
conditions and other factors. The program remains subject to the discretion of the Board.
Innovative Products
During the first quarter of 2014, Altria and its companies continued to invest in innovative
products to grow new income streams. In June, Nu Mark LLC (Nu Mark) will begin its rolling national
launch of MarkTen e-cigarettes. Earlier this month, Nu Mark completed its acquisition of the e-vapor
business of Green Smoke, Inc. and its affiliates. The acquisition complements Nu Mark’s capabilities and
enhances its competitive position by adding significant e-vapor experience, broadening Nu Mark’s
product offerings and strengthening its supply chain capabilities.
Interest Income Related to NPM Arbitration Panel Decision
In the first quarter of 2014, Philip Morris USA Inc. (PM USA) recorded approximately $64
million of interest income related to the previously disclosed decision by the arbitration panel presiding
over the non-participating manufacturer (NPM) adjustment dispute for 2003. In September 2013, the
arbitration panel determined that six of 15 states failed to diligently enforce laws that require escrow
payments from the cigarette manufacturers that have not signed the 1998 Master Settlement Agreement
(NPM Arbitration Panel Decision).
2014 Full-Year Guidance
Altria has revised its guidance for 2014 full-year reported diluted EPS from a range of $2.51 to
$2.58 to a range of $2.53 to $2.60 to reflect the impact of interest income related to the NPM Arbitration
Panel Decision. The forecast also reflects estimated SABMiller plc (SABMiller) special items.
Altria reaffirms its guidance for 2014 full-year adjusted diluted EPS, which excludes the special
items shown in Table 1, to be in a range of $2.52 to $2.59, representing a growth rate of 6% to 9% from an
adjusted diluted EPS base of $2.38 in 2013. Altria expects stronger adjusted diluted EPS growth in the
second half of the year compared to the first half driven by various factors. These include lower fourth-3
quarter costs in the smokeable products segment due to the end of the quota buyout payments and a
significantly lower fourth-quarter effective tax rate on operations compared to the fourth quarter of 2013
resulting from Altria’s 2013 debt tender offer.
The factors described in the Forward-Looking and Cautionary Statements section of this release
represent continuing risks to this forecast. Reconciliations of full-year adjusted to reported diluted EPS
are shown in Table 1.
Table 1 – Altria’s Full-Year Earnings Per Share Guidance
Full Year
2014 Guidance 2013 Change
Reported diluted EPS $ 2.53 to $ 2.60 $ 2.26 12% to 15%
NPM Adjustment Items
1
(0.02) (0.21)
Tobacco and health judgments — 0.01
SABMiller special items 0.01 0.01
Loss on early extinguishment of debt — 0.34
Tax items — (0.03)
Adjusted diluted EPS $ 2.52 to $ 2.59 $ 2.38 6% to 9%
1
Full-year 2013 reflects the impact of PM USA’s settlement with certain states and territories of the NPM adjustment disputes for 2003-2012 (NPM Adjustment
Settlement) and the NPM Arbitration Panel Decision. Full-year 2014 reflects the impact of interest income related to the NPM Arbitration Panel Decision.
Altria expects that its 2014 full-year reported effective tax rate and effective tax rate on operations
will be approximately 34.9%.
ALTRIA GROUP, INC.
Altria reports its financial results, including diluted EPS, in accordance with U.S. generally
accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Altria’s management reviews operating companies income
(OCI), which is defined as operating income before corporate expenses and amortization of intangibles,
to evaluate the performance of, and allocate resources to, the segments. Altria’s management also
reviews OCI, operating margins and diluted EPS on an adjusted basis, which excludes certain income and
expense items that management believes are not part of underlying operations. These items may include,
for example, loss on early extinguishment of debt, restructuring charges, SABMiller special items, certain
tax items, tobacco and health judgments, and settlements of, and determinations made in connection with,
certain NPM adjustment disputes (such settlements and determinations are referred to collectively as
NPM Adjustment Items). Altria’s management does not view any of these special items to be part of
Altria’s sustainable results as they may be highly variable and difficult to predict and can distort
underlying business trends and results. Altria’s management also reviews income tax rates on an adjusted
basis. Altria’s effective tax rate on operations may exclude certain tax items from its reported effective tax
rate. Altria’s management believes that these adjusted measures provide useful insight into underlying
business trends and results and provide a more meaningful comparison of year-over-year results. Altria’s 4
management uses adjusted measures for planning, forecasting and evaluating business and financial
performance, including allocating resources and evaluating results relative to employee compensation
targets. These adjusted financial measures are not consistent with GAAP, and should thus be considered
as supplemental in nature and not considered in isolation or as a substitute for the related financial
information prepared in accordance with GAAP. Reconciliations of adjusted measures to corresponding
GAAP measures are provided in the release. Comparisons are to the corresponding prior-year period
unless otherwise stated.
Altria’s reportable segments are smokeable products, manufactured and sold by PM USA and John
Middleton Co. (Middleton); smokeless products, manufactured and sold by U.S. Smokeless Tobacco
Company LLC (USSTC) and PM USA; and wine, produced and/or distributed by Ste. Michelle Wine
Estates Ltd. (Ste. Michelle).
Altria’s 2014 first-quarter net revenues were essentially unchanged as lower gains on asset sales at
Philip Morris Capital Corporation (PMCC) were offset by higher net revenues in the smokeless products
segment. Altria’s revenues net of excise taxes increased 0.9% to $4.0 billion.
Altria’s 2014 first-quarter reported diluted EPS decreased 14.5% to $0.59 primarily driven by
lower OCI in the smokeable products segment resulting from the NPM Adjustment Settlement in the first
quarter of 2013. Lower gains on asset sales at PMCC and lower earnings from Altria’s equity investment
in SABMiller (principally due to gains from common stock issuances by SABMiller in the first quarter of
2013) also negatively affected reported diluted EPS in the first quarter. These factors were partially offset
by interest income related to the NPM Arbitration Panel Decision, lower interest expense and higher OCI
in the smokeless products segment.
Altria’s 2014 first-quarter adjusted diluted EPS, which excludes the special items shown in Table
2, increased 5.6% to $0.57 primarily driven by higher adjusted OCI in the smokeable and smokeless
products segments and lower interest and other debt expense. These factors were partially offset by lower
gains on asset sales at PMCC and lower earnings from Altria’s equity investment in SABMiller
(principally due to gains from common stock issuances by SABMiller in the first quarter of 2013).
Table 2 – Altria’s Adjusted Results
First Quarter
2014 2013 Change
Reported diluted EPS $ 0.59 $ 0.69 (14.5)%
NPM Adjustment Items (0.02) (0.15)
Adjusted diluted EPS $ 0.57 $ 0.54 5.6%5
NPM Adjustment Items
NPM Adjustment Items affected comparisons of Altria’s first-quarter reported diluted EPS. For
the first quarter of 2014, PM USA recorded approximately $64 million, or $0.02 per share, of interest
income related to the NPM Arbitration Panel Decision. For the first quarter of 2013, PM USA recorded a
reduction to cost of sales of $483 million, or $0.15 per share, related to the NPM Adjustment Settlement.
The EPS impact of the NPM Adjustment Items is shown in Table 2 and Schedule 4.
SMOKEABLE PRODUCTS
The smokeable products segment delivered strong adjusted OCI and adjusted OCI margin growth
in the first quarter of 2014 primarily through higher pricing. PM USA grew Marlboro’s retail share and
its retail share of the total cigarette category.
The smokeable products segment’s 2014 first-quarter net revenues were essentially unchanged as
lower reported shipment volume was offset by higher pricing. Revenues net of excise taxes increased
1.2%.
The smokeable products segment’s 2014 first-quarter reported OCI decreased 20.3% primarily due
to the NPM Adjustment Settlement in the first quarter of 2013 and lower reported shipment volume,
partially offset by higher pricing. Adjusted OCI, which is calculated excluding the special items identified
in Table 3, grew 6.4% and adjusted OCI margins expanded by 2.2 percentage points to 44.1%. Revenues
and OCI for the smokeable products segment are summarized in Table 3.
Table 3 – Smokeable Products: Revenues and OCI ($ in millions)
First Quarter
2014 2013 Change
Net revenues $ 4,958 $ 4,968 (0.2)%
Excise taxes (1,474) (1,524)
Revenues net of excise taxes $ 3,484 $ 3,444 1.2 %
Reported OCI $ 1,531 $ 1,920 (20.3)%
NPM Adjustment Settlement — (483)
Asset impairment, exit and
implementation costs 2 1
Tobacco and health judgments 3 5
Adjusted OCI $ 1,536 $ 1,443 6.4 %
Adjusted OCI margins
1
44.1% 41.9% 2.2 pp
1
Adjusted OCI margins are calculated as adjusted OCI divided by revenues net of excise taxes.
PM USA’s 2014 first-quarter reported domestic cigarettes shipment volume decreased 2.5%,
primarily due to the industry’s decline, partially offset by changes in trade inventories and retail share
gains. PM USA’s first-quarter OCI and reported shipment volume benefited from modestly higher 6
wholesale inventories compared to the same period last year; PM USA expects wholesale inventory levels
to moderate during the year. When adjusted for trade inventory changes, PM USA estimates that its firstquarter domestic cigarettes shipment volume decreased approximately 3.5% and that total cigarette
category volume declined approximately 4% for the same period. PM USA’s cigarette volume
performance is summarized in Table 4.
Middleton’s 2014 first-quarter reported cigars shipment volume was essentially unchanged.
Middleton’s volume performance for machine-made large cigars is summarized in Table 4.
Table 4 – Smokeable Products: Shipment Volume (sticks in millions)
First Quarter
2014 2013 Change
Cigarettes:
Marlboro 24,816 25,435 (2.4 )%
Other premium 1,629 1,782 (8.6 )%
Discount 2,304 2,284 0.9 %
Total cigarettes 28,749 29,501 (2.5)%
Cigars:
Black & Mild 270 269 0.4 %
Other 4 4 — %
Total cigars 274 273 0.4 %
Total smokeable products 29,023 29,774 (2.5)%
Note: Cigarettes volume includes units sold as well as promotional units, but excludes units sold in Puerto Rico and U.S. Territories, to overseas military and
by Philip Morris Duty Free Inc., none of which, individually or in the aggregate, is material to the smokeable products segment.
Marlboro gained 0.2 retail share points in the first quarter of 2014. PM USA grew its total retail
share by 0.2 share points due to gains by Marlboro, and L&M in Discount, partially offset by share
losses on other portfolio brands. PM USA’s cigarette retail share performance is summarized in Table 5.
In the machine-made large cigars category, Black & Mild gained 0.3 share points for the first
quarter of 2014. Middleton’s retail share performance is summarized in Table 5.7
Table 5 – Smokeable Products: Retail Share (percent)
First Quarter
2014 2013
Percentage
point
change
Cigarettes:
Marlboro 43.8% 43.6% 0.2
Other premium 2.9 3.1 (0.2)
Discount 4.0 3.8 0.2
Total cigarettes 50.7% 50.5% 0.2
Cigars:
Black & Mild 28.2% 27.9% 0.3
Other 0.2 0.2 —
Total cigars 28.4% 28.1% 0.3
Note: Retail share results for cigarettes are based on data from IRI/MSAi, a tracking service that uses a sample of stores and certain wholesale shipments to
project market share and depict share trends. Retail share results for cigars are based on data from IRI InfoScan, a tracking service that uses a sample of stores
to project market share and depict share trends. Both services track sales in the Food, Drug and Mass Merchandisers (including Wal-Mart), Convenience, Military,
Dollar Store and Club trade classes. For other trade classes selling cigarettes, retail share is based on shipments from wholesalers to retailers (STARS). These
services are not designed to capture sales through other channels, including the Internet, direct mail and some illicitly tax-advantaged outlets. Retail share results
for cigars are based on data for machine-made large cigars. Middleton defines machine-made large cigars as cigars, made by machine, that weigh greater than
three pounds per thousand, except cigars sold at retail in packages of 20 cigars. Because the cigars service represents retail share performance only in key trade
channels, it should not be considered a precise measurement of actual retail share. It is IRI’s standard practice to periodically refresh its services, which could
restate retail share results that were previously released in these services.
SMOKELESS PRODUCTS
The smokeless products segment grew 2014 first-quarter OCI primarily through higher volume.
USSTC grew Copenhagen and Skoal’s combined volume and retail share.
The smokeless products segment’s 2014 first-quarter net revenues grew 6.4%, primarily driven by
higher volume and higher pricing, partially offset by higher promotional spending. The smokeless
products segment’s revenues net of excise taxes increased 5.8%.
The smokeless products segment’s 2014 first-quarter OCI increased 7.7% primarily driven by the
factors discussed above. OCI margins for the smokeless products segment increased by 1.1 percentage
points to 62.1%. Revenues and OCI for the smokeless products segment are summarized in Table 6.
Table 6 – Smokeless Products: Revenues and OCI ($ in millions)
First Quarter
2014 2013 Change
Net revenues $ 415 $ 390 6.4%
Excise taxes (30) (26)
Revenues net of excise taxes $ 385 $ 364 5.8%
Reported and Adjusted OCI $ 239 $ 222 7.7%
Adjusted OCI margins
1
62.1% 61.0% 1.1 pp
1
Adjusted OCI margins are calculated as adjusted OCI divided by revenues net of excise taxes. 8
For the first quarter of 2014, USSTC and PM USA’s combined reported domestic smokeless
products shipment volume increased 5.9% primarily due to volume growth for Copenhagen, partially
offset by volume declines for Skoal. USSTC and PM USA’s first-quarter reported shipment volume
benefited from an extra shipping day that was partially offset by trade inventory movements related to
changes in Skoal’s promotional strategy. Copenhagen and Skoal’s combined reported shipment volume
increased 6.3%.
After adjusting for calendar differences and trade inventory changes, USSTC and PM USA
estimate that their combined domestic smokeless products shipment volume grew approximately 4% for
the first quarter, while smokeless products category volume grew approximately 5.5% over the last 12
months. Volume performance for the smokeless products segment is summarized in Table 7.
Table 7 – Smokeless Products: Shipment Volume (cans and packs in millions)
First Quarter
2014 2013 Change
Copenhagen 103.9 93.5 11.1 %
Skoal 64.0 64.4 (0.6)%
Copenhagen and Skoal 167.9 157.9 6.3%
Other 18.2 17.8 2.2 %
Total smokeless products 186.1 175.7 5.9%
Note: Other includes certain USSTC and PM USA smokeless products. Volume includes cans and packs sold, as well as promotional units, but excludes
international volume, which is not material to the smokeless products segment. New types of smokeless products, as well as new packaging configurations of
existing smokeless products, may or may not be equivalent to existing moist smokeless tobacco (MST) products on a can-for-can basis. To calculate volumes of
cans and packs shipped, USSTC and PM USA have assumed that one pack of snus, irrespective of the number of pouches in the pack, is equivalent to one can
of MST.
Copenhagen and Skoal’s combined retail share increased 0.2 share points to 50.8% for the first
quarter of 2014. Copenhagen’s retail share grew 1.5 share points, benefiting from Copenhagen Long
Cut Wintergreen and other products introduced over the past several years. Skoal’s retail share declined
1.3 share points.
USSTC and PM USA’s combined smokeless products retail share for the first quarter of 2014
decreased 0.1 share point, as retail share losses for Skoal and Other portfolio brands were mostly offset by
retail share gains for Copenhagen. Smokeless products retail share performance is summarized in Table
8. 9
Table 8 – Smokeless Products: Retail Share (percent)
First Quarter
2014 2013
Percentage
point
change
Copenhagen 30.2% 28.7% 1.5
Skoal 20.6 21.9 (1.3)
Copenhagen and Skoal 50.8 50.6 0.2
Other 4.1 4.4 (0.3)
Total smokeless products 54.9% 55.0% (0.1)
Note: Retail share results for smokeless products are based on data from IRI InfoScan, a tracking service that uses a sample of stores to project market share
and depict share trends. The service tracks sales in the Food, Drug and Mass Merchandisers (including Wal-Mart), Convenience, Military, Dollar Store and
Club trade classes on the number of cans and packs sold. Smokeless products is defined by IRI as moist smokeless and spit-free tobacco products. Other
includes certain USSTC and PM USA smokeless products. New types of smokeless products, as well as new packaging configuration of existing smokeless
products, may or may not be equivalent to existing MST products on a can-for-can basis. USSTC and PM USA have assumed that one pack of snus,
irrespective of the number of pouches in the pack, is equivalent to one can of MST. All other products are considered to be equivalent on a can-for-can basis.
Because this service represents retail share performance only in key trade channels, it should not be considered a precise measurement of actual retail share.
It is IRI’s standard practice to periodically refresh its InfoScan services, which could restate retail share results that were previously released in this service.
WINE
Ste. Michelle grew 2014 first-quarter net revenues by 2.4% and OCI by 10%, primarily due to
improved premium mix. Revenues net of excise taxes increased 2.5%. Ste. Michelle’s OCI margins
expanded by 1.2 percentage points to 17.7%. Revenues and OCI for the wine segment are summarized in
Table 9.
Table 9 – Wine: Revenues and OCI ($ in millions)
First Quarter
2014 2013 Change
Net revenues $ 129 $ 126 2.4%
Excise taxes (5) (5)
Revenues net of excise taxes $ 124 $ 121 2.5%
Reported and Adjusted OCI $ 22 $ 20 10.0%
Adjusted OCI margins
1
17.7% 16.5% 1.2 pp

1
Adjusted OCI margins are calculated as adjusted OCI divided by revenues net of excise taxes.
Ste. Michelle’s 2014 first-quarter wine shipment volume grew 1.1% primarily driven by increased
distribution of 14 Hands, partially offset by changes in trade inventories. Ste. Michelle’s reported 10
shipment volume performance is summarized in Table 10.
Table 10 – Wine: Shipment Volume (cases in thousands)
First Quarter
2014 2013 Change
Chateau Ste. Michelle 573 530 8.1 %
Columbia Crest
1
192 227 (15.4)%
14 Hands 386 317 21.8 %
Other
1
552 611 (9.7)%
Total Wine 1,703 1,685 1.1%
1
Two Vines is no longer sold under the Columbia Crest brand. Effective January 1, 2014, shipment volume for Two Vines is included in “Other.” Priorperiod shipment volume for Columbia Crest and Other have been adjusted to reflect this change.
Altria’s Profile
Altria owns 100% of each of PM USA, USSTC, Middleton, Nu Mark, Ste. Michelle and PMCC.
Altria holds a continuing economic and voting interest in SABMiller.
The brand portfolios of Altria’s tobacco operating companies include Marlboro
®
, Black &
Mild
®
, Copenhagen
®
, Skoal
®
, MarkTen

and Green Smoke
®
. Ste. Michelle produces and markets
premium wines sold under various labels, including Chateau Ste. Michelle
®
, Columbia Crest
®
, 14
Hands
®
and Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars
®
, and it imports and markets Antinori
®
, Champagne Nicolas
Feuillatte

and Villa Maria Estate

products in the United States. Trademarks and service marks
related to Altria referenced in this release are the property of Altria or its subsidiaries or are used with
permission. More information about Altria is available at altria.com.
Forward-Looking and Cautionary Statements
This press release contains projections of future results and other forward-looking statements that
involve a number of risks and uncertainties and are made pursuant to the Safe Harbor Provisions of the
Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.
Important factors that may cause actual results and outcomes to differ materially from those
contained in the projections and forward-looking statements included in this press release are described in
Altria’s publicly filed reports, including its Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31,
2013.
These factors include the following: Altria’s tobacco businesses (including PM USA, USSTC,
Middleton and Nu Mark) being subject to significant competition; changes in adult tobacco consumer
preferences and demand for their products; fluctuations in raw material availability, quality and price;
reliance on key facilities and suppliers; reliance on critical information systems, many of which are
managed by third-party service providers; fluctuations in levels of customer inventories; the effects of 11
global, national and local economic and market conditions; changes to income tax laws; federal, state and
local legislative activity, including actual and potential federal and state excise tax increases; increasing
marketing and regulatory restrictions; the effects of price increases related to excise tax increases and
concluded tobacco litigation settlements on trade inventories, consumption rates and consumer
preferences within price segments; health concerns relating to the use of tobacco products and exposure to
environmental tobacco smoke; privately imposed smoking restrictions; and, from time to time,
governmental investigations.
Furthermore, the results of Altria’s tobacco businesses are dependent upon their continued ability
to promote brand equity successfully; to anticipate and respond to evolving adult consumer preferences; to
develop, manufacture, market and distribute products that appeal to adult tobacco consumers (including,
where appropriate, through arrangements with third parties); to improve productivity; and to protect or
enhance margins through cost savings and price increases.
Altria and its tobacco businesses are also subject to federal, state and local government regulation,
including broad-based regulation of PM USA and USSTC by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
(FDA). Altria and its subsidiaries continue to be subject to litigation, including risks associated with
adverse jury and judicial determinations, courts reaching conclusions at variance with the companies’
understanding of applicable law, bonding requirements in the limited number of jurisdictions that do not
limit the dollar amount of appeal bonds and certain challenges to bond cap statutes.
Altria cautions that the foregoing list of important factors is not complete and does not undertake
to update any forward-looking statements that it may make except as required by applicable law. All
subsequent written and oral forward-looking statements attributable to Altria or any person acting on its
behalf are expressly qualified in their entirety by the cautionary statements referenced above.
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ALTRIA GROUP, INC.
and Subsidiaries
Consolidated Statements of Earnings
For the Quarters Ended March 31,
(dollars in millions, except per share data)
(Unaudited)
2014 2013 % Change
Net revenues $ 5,517 $ 5,528 (0.2)%
Cost of sales
1
1,752 1,299
Excise taxes on products
1
1,509 1,555
Gross profit 2,256 2,674 (15.6 )%
Marketing, administration and research costs 463 462
Asset impairment and exit costs 2 —
Operating companies income 1,791 2,212 (19.0)%
Amortization of intangibles 5 5
General corporate expenses 52 55
Operating income 1,734 2,152 (19.4)%
Interest and other debt expense, net 153 261
Earnings from equity investment in SABMiller (225) (256)
Earnings before income taxes 1,806 2,147 (15.9 )%
Provision for income taxes 631 762
Net earnings attributable to Altria Group, Inc. $ 1,175 $ 1,385 (15.2)%
Per share data:
Basic and diluted earnings per share attributable to
Altria Group, Inc. $ 0.59 $ 0.69 (14.5)%
Weighted-average diluted shares outstanding 1,986 2,003 (0.8 )%
1
Cost of sales includes charges for resolution expenses related to state settlement and other tobacco agreements,
and FDA user fees. Supplemental information concerning those items and excise taxes on products sold is
shown in Schedule 3.Schedule 2
ALTRIA GROUP, INC.
and Subsidiaries
Selected Financial Data
For the Quarters Ended March 31,
(dollars in millions)
(Unaudited)
Net Revenues
Smokeable
Products
Smokeless
Products Wine All Other Total
2014 $ 4,958 $ 415 $ 129 $ 15 $ 5,517
2013 4,968 390 126 44 5,528
% Change (0.2)% 6.4% 2.4% (65.9)% (0.2)%
Reconciliation:
For the quarter ended March 31, 2013 $ 4,968 $ 390 $ 126 $ 44 $ 5,528
Operations (10) 25 3 (29) (11)
For the quarter ended March 31, 2014 $ 4,958 $ 415 $ 129 $ 15 $ 5,517
Operating Companies Income
Smokeable
Products
Smokeless
Products Wine All Other Total
2014 $ 1,531 $ 239 $ 22 $ (1) $ 1,791
2013 1,920 222 20 50 2,212
% Change (20.3)% 7.7% 10.0% (100%)+ (19.0)%
Reconciliation:
For the quarter ended March 31, 2013 $ 1,920 $ 222 $ 20 $ 50 $ 2,212
NPM Adjustment Settlement – 2013 (483) — — — (483)
Implementation costs – 2013 1 — — — 1
Tobacco and health judgments – 2013 5 — — — 5
(477) — — — (477)
Asset impairment and exit costs – 2014 (2) — — — (2)
Tobacco and health judgments – 2014 (3) — — — (3)
(5) — — — (5)
Operations 93 17 2 (51) 61
For the quarter ended March 31, 2014 $ 1,531 $ 239 $ 22 $ (1) $ 1,791Schedule 3
ALTRIA GROUP, INC.
and Subsidiaries
Supplemental Financial Data
(dollars in millions)
(Unaudited)
For the
Quarters Ended
March 31,
2014 2013
The segment detail of excise taxes on products sold is as follows:
Smokeable products $ 1,474 $ 1,524
Smokeless products 30 26
Wine 5 5
$ 1,509 $ 1,555
The segment detail of charges for resolution expenses related to state
settlement and other tobacco agreements included in cost of sales
is as follows:
Smokeable products
1
$ 1,075 $ 620
Smokeless products 3 3
$ 1,078 $ 623
The segment detail of FDA user fees included in cost of sales is
as follows:
Smokeable products $ 62 $ 58
Smokeless products 1 1
$ 63 $ 59
1
Amount includes a pre-tax credit of $483 million for the three months ended March 31, 2013 related to
the NPM Adjustment Settlement.Schedule 4
ALTRIA GROUP, INC.
and Subsidiaries
Net Earnings and Diluted Earnings Per Share – Attributable to Altria Group, Inc.
For the Quarters Ended March 31,
(dollars in millions, except per share data)
(Unaudited)
Net Earnings Diluted EPS
2014 Net Earnings $ 1,175 $ 0.59
2013 Net Earnings $ 1,385 $ 0.69
% Change (15.2)% (14.5)%
Reconciliation:
2013 Net Earnings $ 1,385 $ 0.69
2013 NPM Adjustment Items (311) (0.15)
2013 Implementation costs 1 —
2013 Tobacco and health judgments 4 —
2013 SABMiller special items 9 —
Subtotal 2013 special items (297) (0.15)
2014 NPM Adjustment Items 41 0.02
2014 Asset impairment and exit costs (1) —
2014 Tobacco and health judgments (3) —
2014 SABMiller special items (6) —
Subtotal 2014 special items 31 0.02
Operations 56 0.03
2014 Net Earnings $ 1,175 $ 0.59
2014 Net Earnings Adjusted For Special Items $ 1,144 $ 0.57
2013 Net Earnings Adjusted For Special Items $ 1,088 $ 0.54
% Change 5.1% 5.6%Schedule 5
ALTRIA GROUP, INC.
and Subsidiaries
Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets
(dollars in millions)
(Unaudited)
March 31, 2014 December 31, 2013
Assets
Cash and cash equivalents $ 3,620 $ 3,175
Inventories 1,970 1,879
Deferred income taxes 1,100 1,100
Other current assets 287 436
Property, plant and equipment, net 2,003 2,028
Goodwill and other intangible assets, net 17,227 17,232
Investment in SABMiller 6,734 6,455
Finance assets, net 1,874 1,997
Other long-term assets 591 557
Total assets $ 35,406 $ 34,859
Liabilities and Stockholders’ Equity
Current portion of long-term debt $ — $ 525
Accrued settlement charges 4,310 3,391
Other current liabilities 3,274 3,142
Long-term debt 13,992 13,992
Deferred income taxes 6,908 6,854
Accrued postretirement health care costs 2,156 2,155
Accrued pension costs 213 212
Other long-term liabilities 406 435
Total liabilities 31,259 30,706
Redeemable noncontrolling interest 34 35
Total stockholders’ equity 4,113 4,118
Total liabilities and stockholders’ equity $ 35,406 $ 34,859
Total debt $ 13,992 $ 14,517