The bellwether marijuana stock delivered a very disappointing quarter, and Tilray's latest wasn't much better. Aurora Cannabis, meanwhile, gets to borrow a bit more money.
The addition of new lenders will give the company access to around CA$360 million.
The computer graphics card maker sees notable drops in fundamentals but still exceeds estimates, and GE's leader loads up on company stock.
Berkshire Hathaway plows some of its considerable cash pile into shares of Amazon.com, while Cisco disappoints the market.
The prominent marijuana stock trades down on news of its worse-than-expected results.
Not for the first time, America's famous tech behemoths seem to be in regulators' crosshairs; The RealReal, meanwhile, posts its first quarterly figures as a publicly traded company.
The Canadian grower and distributor posts a sharp top-line increase thanks to relatively new product categories.
The restaurant chain operator will start 2020 with a new leader, while Verizon unloads one of its well-known internet assets.
In a fresh controversy, the embattled Canadian grower is cited for a series of transgressions at its Vaughan, Ontario, facility.
Quarterly results, more quarterly results, a new buyout and a potentially new Nasdaq marijuana stock -- last week was far from boring in the cannabis industry.
The ambitious marijuana company continues to strengthen its medical cannabis business.
The ridesharing giant posts a $5 billion-plus net loss, while the two big IT companies finally sign on the dotted line.
The cannabis company more than triples its revenue figure.
Two recently estranged tech companies are apparently ready to (finally) make a deal, while Lyft delivers a pleasant upside surprise.
The company's fundamentals got a major boost from its star drug, Epidiolex.
Or, A Tale of Two Quarterly Earnings Reports.
The company estimates that it will post significant top-line growth for the quarter.
Not everything in the stock market was bad on Monday -- here are two companies that are gaining in post-market trading.
The supplier to the cannabis stars posts strong quarterly results, as does Aphria. Meanwhile, Cronos goes shopping at the beauty counter.
The company is paying around $300 million for the owner of the Lord Jones line of CBD products.