When it comes to cans, THC levels are likely to be lower than what's on the label.
News & Analysis: Tilray, Inc.
It's a question that needs to be asked now more than ever.
This Canadian operator is shedding around 15% of its staff.
In a week marked by employee exits, even a CEO said goodbye.
The green rush has officially hit the growing pains stage.
One of Canada's largest cannabis producers is taking a big step back.
The two companies have made changes at the top that could pay off.
With Canadian pot sales expected to hit $5 billion annually by 2024, it pays to know the biggest names in the industry.
The company's C-suite changes, plus a clutch of results from peers, gave the overall cannabis sector a nice lift.
The green rush has been anything but "green" for these cannabis companies.