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Green Market Report: Marijuana Money Oct. 26

The broader stock market took a tumble last week and brought the cannabis stocks down as well. However, considering how high they had gotten, a little reversal seems healthy.

Green Market Report: Marijuana Money Oct. 12

MedMen (MMNFF) continues its spending spree. The company is buying Pharmacann in a deal valued at $682 million. And seed-to-sale technology provider MJ Freeway has agreed to a merger with MTech Acquisition Corp.

MedMen Completes Largest Marijuana Acquisition In US History

This deal will nearly double MedMen’s footprint, helping them enter the Midwest market and significantly expand their hold on the East Coast.

Green Market Report: Marijuana Money Oct. 5

Here are the top financial cannabis news stories for the week ending October 5, 2018

MedMen Acquires Woodstock Name To License Cannabis Products

The deal gives MedMen the right to manufacture and distribute Woodstock branded products in six legal states.

MedMen’s First Quarterly California Return Puts Apple To Shame

When retailers measure success, one of their most important tools is the revenue per square foot equation. While Apple topped the world again last...

Jay-Z’s Roc Nation Partner Jay Brown Joins MedMen

Jay Brown, a 20-year music veteran, will join the Board of Directors at MedMen, the biggest brand name in marijuana retail stores that often receives comparison to Apple or Starbucks.

MedMen Buys Florida Medical Marijuana Firm For $53 Million

The June 6 agreement allows MedMen to take over Treadwell Nursery’s cultivation facility located on 5 acres in Eustis, Florida and the right to open 25 medical marijuana dispensaries in the State of Florida.

MedMen Just Got Closer To Becoming ‘The Apple Store Of Weed’

As the first $1 billion cannabis company in the U.S., California-based MedMen, which bills itself as the 'Apple Store of weed,' has big plans for expansion.

Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue Will Now Include MedMen Marijuana Shop

As New York state law dictates, the Fifth Avenue MedMen location will only service state residents who qualify medically.