Say hello to the company's new lower-priced line, Original Stash.
Two tech stocks went down for the count on Hump Day.
The company announced that it's closed its takeover of Beckley Canopy Therapeutics in the U.K. and jettisoned its AusCann stake in Australia.
These reliable dividend payers, all veteran operators in their respective sectors, are about to make their shareholders incrementally richer.
Investors did well in a frothy bull market... that is, if they didn't own SolarEdge or Zendesk.
For the most part it wasn't a memorable day for investors, yet this pair of companies bucked the bears.
In about a month, we'll have the latest figures from the Canadian cannabis company.
HEXO had one of the worst weeks of its corporate life, while Canopy Growth found a permanent board chair.
The cannabis company fills a key position. Could the appointment of a permanent CEO be close behind?
A marijuana stock and a hungry young IT company were among the market's victims on Thursday.
The company is teaming with Sentia Wellness to get into the CBD retail game.
Levi Strauss and GW Pharmaceuticals really took it on the chin from investors.
The new product is aimed at medical cannabis users.
The arrangement, which covered up to 175,000 kilos of cannabis products, is no longer in force.
The change in opinion from Bank of America follows the unexpected departure of the cannabis company's CFO.
Investors aren't hog wild for Harley-Davidson stock, nor are they eager to drink from the Constellation Brands bottle.
Lowell Cafe opens its doors in California, and the waiting lines are long.
Bank of New York Mellon apparently issues much stricter guidelines regarding shares of pot companies that do business in this country.
Michael Monahan had only been in the position for several months.
Two companies in the IT sector made their investors richer over the past five trading days.