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Marijuana M&A heats up, as Canopy buys Acreage. Bruce Linton, Canopy CEO, and Kevin Murphy, Acrage CEO, discuss with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Brian Kelly, Steve Grasso and Guy Adami.
Amy Margolis identified a problem in the burgeoning Oregon cannabis industry, so she set out to solve it. The problem? Despite the industry’s newness and the encouraging early statistics about gender equity, a glass ceiling has developed in the cannabis business.
Cannabis stocks rallied on Thursday before paring their gains, boosted by the news that the biggest company in the sector by market cap has bought the rights to acquire a U.S. multistate operator as soon as the federal ban on cannabis has been lifted.
Constellation Brands is boosting its U.S. beer business while betting that marijuana products will deliver big sales.
Pot stocks may have cooled off in recent months but the industry is still hot and Bank of America Merrill Lynch expects it to get hotter as it reaches maturity. "We expect all companies to deliver attractive growth over the next few years, reflecting a low base and strong demand in a newly created legal cannabis markets, namely Canada," Bank of America Merrill Lynch analyst Christopher Carey wrote in a note. Part of the reason for the industry's cool down in recent months is that the short-term growth story for many companies has gone up in smoke.
The maker of Sam Adams has successfully diversified into hard cider and spiked seltzer and tea. But there is little upside left in its shares as bigger rivals move in.
Investor interest in marijuana stocks led Jefferies to hold its first cannabis conference, featuring 30 companies and 260 investors. Here are a few things that marijuana companies are thinking about for the long-term.
Anheuser-Busch responded to MillerCoors' lawsuit about the controversial Bud Light ad that started airing during the Super Bowl.
Thanksgiving has already become one of the best-selling periods for cannabis businesses, with the day before Thanksgiving becoming known as Green Wednesday. Traditionally, April 20 remains the biggest and most exciting holiday for cannabis consumers and is known as 4/20. Business analytics software provider Headset took into account data from states where cannabis has had the longest presence — Washington, California, Nevada and Colorado — and compared trends over the last four years.
It's 420. TheStreet's Jim Cramer discusses Canopy Growth, Tilray, Constellation Brands and other investing opportunities in the cannabis sector!
While cannabis stocks are blazing with popularity, our survey of readers shows that they are still not willing to commit their portfolios to the risky sector
It wasn't very difficult for Greenlane Holdings to become the best IPO ever for a U.S. marijuana stock on the Nasdaq. Here's why.