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The world’s biggest marijuana stock is surging after a $4 million investment from the maker of Corona
For the first quarter of 2019 (ended June 30,2018), Canopy posted a per share lost of $0.40, far outpacing the expected expected $0.11 loss. Revenues also fell short of the expected $26.33 million, at $25.9 million.
The drug maker behind the first FDA-approved medication derived from marijuana has revealed how much it’ll cost
On a call with investors this week, GW Pharmaceuticals revealed the price of Epidiolex, its newly-approved, marijuana-based drug for rare forms of epilepsy.
Heineken is betting on a brew made with marijuana instead of alcohol, and it could help give a boost to the struggling beer industry
Heineken's fast-growing California beer label is billing its new brew as "hoppy sparkling water." That's because it contains zero alcohol. Instead of booze, the beer is made with THC, the main psychoactive ingredient in marijuana.
William Wrigley Jr. II, the heir to the Wrigley chewing gum fortune, led a $65 million equity financing into Surterra Wellness, a Florida-based medical marijuana company.
Beer sales are slipping, with iconic brands including Coors Light, Budweiser, and Heineken being hit especially hard. Millennials and Gen Z are more likely than elder generations to prefer wine and spirits over beer, creating a growing crisis in the industry.
Molson Coors is entering a joint venture with The Hydropothecary Corporation, a Canadian marijuana producer, to make non-alcoholic cannabis-infused beverages. It's the latest sign that beer makers and alcohol brands are pushing into the cannabis industry.
Sources close to his family confirmed the former singer is currently in rehab.
People use cannabis products for health problems like Parkinson’s, epilepsy, and acne — but misinformation and out-of-date regulations are...
Jonas Duclos is one of the cofounders of CBD420, a legal cannabis supplier, with testimonials from customers that say how the products have helped with a range of health conditions. But with legislation and research falling behind, the true potential of cannabis simply can't be reached, he told BI.
A former top Justice Department official reveals how the US government could crack down on the exploding legal marijuana industry
Legal marijuana is one of the fastest-growing industries in the US, though the federal government considers it an illegal drug. James Cole talks to Business Insider about how the Justice Department could crack down.
It's legal to use marijuana in nine states, including California, Nevada, and Vermont, in 2018 — and more are expected to join them. Here's the full list of where you can legally light up.