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FBI Worried About Corruption In The Marijuana Industry

The FBI is looking into possible corruption and bribing around marijuana licenses, but the organization needs some help.

Despite Recession Talks, Cannabis Jobs Remain Abundant In Nevada

With talk of an upcoming recession, the cannabis industry continues its climb toward employing Americans.

Here’s Why You Need To Be Careful If You’re Investing In...

Executive upheaval, unmet projections, and scandals have rocked the cannabis industry. Here's why investors need to be careful moving forward.

Jay Z Joins The Marijuana Business, Will Focus On Social Justice...

Though financial details were not disclosed, Jay-Z will oversee outreach strategies and creative decisions at the company.

Does Canopy CEO Ousting Signal Positive Or Negative Sign For Marijuana...

When Bruce Linton was fired as CEO of Canopy Growth last week, it sent considerable shockwaves through the cannabis industry.

Canadians Smoking More Weed, Drinking Less Beer After Legalization

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.

Finding Business Opportunities In The Cannabis Industry

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.

This 4/20 To Be Biggest Sales Day In 420 History

With April 20 falling on a Saturday and new consumers continually entering the legal market, this year’s holiday will be the biggest sales day for retailers in 420 history.

Notorious B.I.G.’s Son Launches Weed Company In Father’s Honor

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."

Who Will Be The Big Business Winners In Cannabis?

If the US moves closer to full legalization of recreational use (currently only in 12 states), the market could explode even more.