The acquisitive Canadian company steps up its fundraising efforts, while legislation on cannabis banking inches forward and backward at the same time.
The company says it is first to market with this form of medication in the state.
An analyst downgrade and a set of uninspiring results drove down this pair of stock market mainstays.
The new shares will be sold in conjunction with investment bank Cowen and Company.
The database giant also announces a CEO hiatus, while Apple rides higher on fresh product news.
The company's net revenue grew 52% sequentially -- however, it wasn't enough to meet its own expectations and analyst projections.
The hot exercise hardware and software purveyor slaps a price tag on its stock, while General Electric is raising funds through its latest asset sale.
Shopify is acquiring a warehouse tech company, while the fast-food restaurant operator gears up for the morning meal.
Aurora divests its The Green Organic Dutchman stake, and an analyst takes the chop to her price target for Tilray stock.
The company is reaping 86.5 million Canadian dollars from the sale.
The company puts a bow made of hemp on its $300 million CBD beauty products buy.
The Chinese tech giant nabs a big asset from a compatriot, while the athleisurewear company surprises on the upside.
Investors are reacting very differently to the two tech companies' latest fundamentals.
The activist hedge fund reveals a 7.5% holding in Box, while the food producer slices its full-year net profit guidance.
The company's latest retail outlet is located in Port Charlotte, Florida.
The week was a good news/bad news one for Canopy Growth, while Curaleaf generally pleased the market with its latest financials.
Increased debt expenses took a bite out of profitability.
In yet another acquisition for big marijuana, Tilray nabs a small Canadian dispensary chain.
After Hours: Uber and Lyft to Spend $60 Million to Fight Proposed Law, Disney Sells YES Network Stake
The two rideshare companies will put their money where their mouths are in California, while Disney unloads a big asset it acquired from Fox.
It's a Tale of Two Tech Stocks this evening, with the pair of companies beating analyst projections.