America’s showdown with China is actually hurting the cannabis trade, despite the fact marijuana isn’t exported or imported (legally, at least) by the United States.
An eye-opening survey from Cowen and Co. outlines how an increase in marijuana consumption has translated into losses for both the alcohol and legal cannabis industry.
Language constitutes reality, so it stands to reason when the country is afoot with change around the way we perceive and discuss cannabis, so too would the words we use to describe marijuana-related activities.
Alkiviades “Alki” David, the heir to a Greek Coca-Cola bottling treasure chest, was caught with $1.3 million worth of cannabis after a search of his private jet in the Carribean island of St. Kitts.
Getting into the legal cannabis industry can be an expensive endeavor. The best growth opportunities are the ones that companies can defend even during periods of extreme market change.
Earlier this week, Canadian marijuana producer Canopy Growth signed a $3.4 billion deal to take over medical marijuana firm Acreage Holdings as soon as the federal government ends prohibition.
Think Big, founded by Biggie Smalls' son, will release cannabis products like pre-roll joints, gummies, vapes, apparel, and more, and will focus on marijuana’s ability to inspire "creativity, contemplation, and healing."
A recent study from the folks at Clever Real Estate finds that property values in legal pot states are worth $6,000 more than in places where possession of the herb means living in a jail cell.