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The Business of Growth: Organigram Prepares for Canada’s Next Steps

As adult recreational legalization approaches in Canada, medically focused LPs like Organigram are working to diversify their offerings and appeal to new consumers.

The Kid Won’t Quit the Company: Inside the Epic Battle for MassRoots

In 2016 MassRoots was "The Biggest Hit in the Marijuana Business." Then it lost millions and fired CEO Isaac Dietrich. Now it's hard to know who's in charge.

MassRoots Board Ousts CEO

Cannabis social media platform MassRoots ousted its CEO Isaac Dietrich from his role in the company on Monday.

MassRoots Inks Deal to Acquire Regulatory Software Platform

MassRoots announced on Wednesday that it will acquire CannaRegs, a technology company that tracks changes in cannabis regulations and taxation.

Aussie Cannabis Stocks Tumble as Optimism Outpaces Progress

Huge gains made by cannabis stocks earlier this year now appear to be evaporating.

Like Peas in a Pod: Startup Aims to Bring Co-Working to Cannabis

A Florida-based startup aims to create what it calls the first-ever “co-growing and co-working space for cannabis entrepreneurs.”

Cannabis Social Media Network MassRoots Needs $5M to Stay Afloat

Cannabis company MassRoots needs roughly $5 million in the coming year “to continue to fund operations,” according to its quarterly financial filings.

High Times Business Conference

Organigram is one of Canada’s leading licensed cannabis producers, providing patients with high-quality medical cannabis products since 2014. As adult recreational legalization comes closer to…

Is Cannabis the World’s Next Disruptive Innovator?

Learn about disruptive innovation and how legalization is priming the cannabis industry to be the next big disrupter.

Oregon Launches New Cannabis Worker Permit

Beginning in just a few months, every employee of a cannabis company licensed by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission must hold a "Marijuana Workers Permit."

Ohio MMJ Law’s Focus on Minorities Raises Legal Questions

Part of Ohio's new medical marijuana law that sets aside a piece of the state's budding cannabis business for minorities appears to be unconstitutional, legal experts said.

Cannabis Tax Attorney: Here’s What to Do If the DEA Reschedules

A tax attorney addresses cannabis business professionals' concerns about claims that the DEA plans to reclassify cannabis from Schedule I to Schedule II.

‘Worry About Bad Marijuana—Not Big Marijuana,’ Says DC Think Tank

“Regulating this new marketplace will not be easy," the report's authors write. "But regulating against a bogeyman will make that job even harder.”

I Spent 3 Hours on Loopr, Denver’s New Dab Bus. Here’s Who I Met.

I romped around Denver rolling joints, taking dabs, making friends, and dancing in a smoked-out club on wheels.

Nasdaq Rejects MassRoots Stock Listing Bid

The cannabis-focused social network could be seen as aiding and abetting the distribution of an illegal substance, the exchange determined.

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