Banking And Protections For Marijuana Businesses Could Be Coming Soon
Next week, House members will examine a piece of legislation, which would allow banks to do business with the cannabis trade without the risk of prosecution for money laundering.
MedMen Faces New Lawsuit From Former CFO James Parker
Former Chief Financial Officer James Parker claims MedMen went behind his back to begin searching for a new CFO and diminished his authority within the company.
Why A Canadian NHL Team is Suing Snoop Dogg’s Marijuana Company
In a lawsuit filed in the U.S., the Toronto hockey team alleges it has a trademark on the word “leaf” and the maple leaf pattern that comprises their logo.
New Alaskan Pilot Program Will Offer Banking Services To Weed Businesses
Credit Union 1’s pilot program in Alaska can make a positive difference, especially by lessening various risks caused by an all-cash cannabis industry.
The Weed Brands Establishing Themselves As The Biggest Names In Cannabis
Edibles, flower, vapes and even experiences are starting to distinguish themselves in legal states and customers are becoming more specific in their tastes.
Where’s The Weed? Clues To Canada’s Marijuana Shortages
Where’s the weed!? That’s been a common Canadian refrain lately. Shortages appeared almost immediately after recreational cannabis sales began last October.
20 Women Set To Dominate The International Cannabis Space In 2019
Many of the women who are in positions of power within the cannabis industry are fiercely seeking to advance female representation in the industry.