SEC Brings First Crowdfunding Fraud Case
A Michigan businessman and two associates allegedly misrepresented that their crowdfunding offerings would raise money for cannabis real estate investments.
Cannabis Companies Winning Lower Priced Debt Deals
As the industry matures and financials steadily improve, lenders see more security in loans to cannabis companies.
House OKs Bill to Make Weed Banking Legal
The law is "an important step" toward allowing banks to serve legal cannabis and cannabis-related businesses.
How Cannabis Cultivator Grassroots Upped Its Digital Game When States Shut Down
Grassroots had to pivot almost overnight when shelter-in-place mandates were ordered.
Tilray, Aurora Cannabis Layoffs May Signal Industrywide Problem
Cannabis companies and investors have overextended themselves, driven by the "exuberance" that comes with an emerging market and an attractive story.
Canopy Growth Appoints Constellation Brands CFO as New CEO
Over the last two years, Constellation has invested over $4 billion in the cannabis company.
MedMen to Lay off 190 Workers in Profit Push
“We have a clear plan to increase our market share, while at the same time enhancing our margins and reducing our corporate overhead."
Cannabis Operator Nixes Deal, Fires CFO
MedMen is opting out of a transaction with Pharmacann as it increases its focus on profitability, says CEO Adam Bierman.
KPMG Withdraws Two Audits for CannTrust
The Canadian cannabis company is embroiled in a scandal over an unlicensed grow facility.
Global Cannabis Sales Could Hit $15B This Year
The surge of CBD products combined with Canada's recent legalization of marijuana helped the industry's growth.
KushCo Loss to Double With Earnings Correction
The pot-packaging company says accounting errors related to recent acquisitions caused it to misstate financial results.