• Mergers & Acquisitions Are All the Buzz in U.S. Cannabis, But Integration Is Key to Long-Term Success
    Closing isn’t always smooth sailing. September 12, 2019 Beth Stavola   We’ve recently seen quite a bit of M&A activity in the U.S. cannabis sector, which comes as no surprise following the consolidation that’s occurred in Canada. It makes sense that a growing industry fragmented by scarce institutional capital, varying state-by-state license structures and regulations […]
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  • Adaptive Ad Systems CEO Shareholder Letter Update on crucial Developments
    Vancouver, Wash. January 8, 2020. Adaptive Ad Systems, Inc. (OTC:AATV), is releasing its periodic shareholder letter to its current and potential future shareholders. Adaptive Ad Systems is a company that provides Dynamic Digital Ad Insertion (DDAI) via its streaming media hardware and proprietary processing software for the U.S. cable TV and Satellite markets. Dear current and […]
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  • This Is the Top Marijuana Stock to Buy in January
    Thinking small could lead to big gains in the cannabis industry. Sean Williams (TMFUltraLong) Jan 6, 2020 at 7:51AM In the words of most marijuana stock investors, “goodbye and good riddance to 2019!” While 2019 was supposed to be the year that cannabis stocks put everything together and delivered profits, this didn’t turn out to be the […]
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  • Cannabis 2019 in review, and what to expect in 2020
    Matthew Bohlsen | January 02, 2020 2019 was a reset year for cannabis investors, especially for those invested in Canadian cannabis stocks; however, 2020 is set to be much better as the US considers decriminalization of cannabis at the federal level. A review of cannabis in 2019 2019 may be remembered in the cannabis world […]
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  • LiveWire Ergogenics Enters next Stage in the Development of its California Ranch Project The World’s First Estate Grown Weedery
    LIVEWIRE ERGOGENICS INC. (OTC: LVVV) , a health and wellness company with a focus on special purpose real-estate acquisitions and the licensing and management of high-end and permitted facilities to produce high-quality craft cannabis products and services in California announced today that it has completed all necessary research and has submitted its environmental report and biological resource study […]
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  • Committee Blog: Ending The Ban On Interstate Commerce
    Committee Blog: Ending The Ban On Interstate Commerce By Gabriel Cross, CEO of Odyssey Distribution Member of NCIA’s State Regulations Committee Oversupply and shortages, high prices and lack of choice for patients and consumers, illicit markets, tainted products, and the inability to access banking and capital all plague the burgeoning cannabis industry. While cannabis advocates and industry leaders […]
  • Organigram stock soars 35% after earnings and boosts broader cannabis sector
    Published: Jan 15, 2020 12:13 p.m. ET By CiaraLinnane – Corporate news editor Organigram shares soared more than 35% Wednesday and helped lift the broader cannabis sector higher, after the company’s first-quarter revenue more than doubled and beat analyst estimates. “A return to the Organigram of old,” is how Jefferies analyst Owen Bennett described the […]
  • The streaming wars aim to kick off a new era in TV advertising
    Key Points The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is where advertisers and media companies typically meet to kick off their negotiations for the year. With the rise of streaming services, those in charge see a new opportunity to sell brand-safe advertising to their clients. Some services, like Quibi and NBCUniversal’s Peacock, will be […]
  • The global cannabinoid pharmaceutical industry
    Cannabinoids are of growing interest in the pharmaceutical industry. Mark Tucker explains how this class of compounds is viewed across the world and why regulations surrounding them hinder their progress, yet remain necessary. Cannabinoids present many opportunities as a therapeutic, with researchers revealing numerous potential uses including the treatment of epilepsy and pain disorders. Despite […]
  • Uptick in California lab-tested marijuana products met with both hope and skepticism from industry
    Published December 4, 2019 | By John Schroyer and Maggie Cowee The number of legal cannabis product batches undergoing lab testing in California each month has rebounded since a lull over the spring and summer and, as of late November, was on pace to grow even more before the end of the year.But the increase in legal product making its […]
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