Underage smokers or nonsmokers have never been the targets of Philip Morris Inc. advertising, the company's former chief executive testified at Minnesota's tobacco trial. "I have never seen a marketing strategy for any of our brands that suggests targeting people under age 18," said James Morgan, who joined Philip Morris in 1963 and was president and chief executive from 1994 until he retired last year. Morgan testified in a Florida case a year ago that he found cigarettes no more addictive than Gummi Bears. Cross-examination continued Thursday. On Wednesday, Morgan said it is wrong for people under age 18 to smoke because they lack the maturity to make an informed decision. "The decision to smoke is the decision to take a risk," he said.