Marijuana Stocks & Public Companies

Sunniva acquires California-based cannabis distributor

Vancouver, British Columbia-based Sunniva (Canadian Securities Exchange: SNN) has acquired LTYR Logistics, a California-based cannabis distribution company in a stock deal valued at 7.9 million Canadian dollars ($5.9 million). LTYR Logistics, headquartered in San Diego, will become Sunniva’s logistics and technology distribution platform. Read more about the deal here.

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Cannabis firms Cannex Capital, 4Front announce all-stock merger

Cannex Capital Holdings of Vancouver, British Columbia, and 4Front Holdings, an Arizona-based multistate marijuana firm, have announced plans to merge. The all-stock deal – which places an approximate valuation of more than $230 million on 4Front – is subject to shareholder approval and reviews by the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE). The combined company will trade […]

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Bermuda set to open door to medical cannabis investments

Bermuda plans to allow medical marijuana production and is inviting international companies to partner with local entrepreneurs to participate, according to recent statements by Premier David Burt. The government has tapped one of the biggest medical cannabis companies in the world to help it prepare regulations to guide the new industry. “We’re participating in Bermuda […]

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Marijuana firm MedMen scales back financing, appoints interim CFO

MedMen Enterprises is slashing its latest funding round as the firm’s stock tumbles and the California cannabis company hunts for a new chief financial officer. The multistate cannabis firm revealed Friday that CFO James Parker resigned. The company appointed Jim Miller, vice president of accounting, as interim CFO while the firm searches for a replacement […]

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MJBizCon 2018 begins with record attendance, reflecting marijuana industry’s rapid growth

The annual MJBizCon that began Wednesday is again setting record numbers for attendance and exhibitors, mirroring the marijuana industry’s explosive growth and its bullish prospects after voters approved three new MJ markets worth up to $2 billion. Some 25,000 marijuana industry professionals, investors and entrepreneurs are expected to attend the three-day conference at the Las […]

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MTech, MJ Freeway name their merged marijuana company ‘Akerna’

Denver cannabis technology business MJ Freeway and MTech Acquisition, a special-purpose acquisition firm, said their new holding company set to list on the Nasdaq will be named Akerna once their merger is completed. In a news release, Scott Sozio, CEO of MTech (Nasdaq: MTEC), said the name Akerna – with “kern” at its center – has two meanings, both […]

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US cannabis retailer Green Growth Brands inks CA$30.5 million raise

Ohio-based marijuana retailer Green Growth Brands raised 30.5 million Canadian dollars ($23.2 million) in a private placement ahead of the firm’s planned trading debut in Canada later this month. The raise follows a CA$85 million private placement inked in September and brings Green Growth’s total raises to more than CA$140 million. The firm plans to use the […]

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MedMen pens $33 million deal to expand its reach in Arizona cannabis market

Los Angeles-based MedMen inked a $33 million deal to acquire an Arizona-based vertically integrated marijuana firm. The cash and stock deal will give MedMen a controlling interest in cannabis cultivator, producer and retailer Kannaboost Technology and CSI Solutions – referred to collectively as Level Up. Here are the basics behind the deal: MedMen expands its […]

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Marijuana firm Cresco Labs expands in Arizona, Illinois

Just weeks after closing a $100 million capital raise, Chicago-based Cresco Labs is growing again – this time through acquisitions in Arizona and Illinois. The multistate cannabis firm announced that it has acquired Arizona Facilities Supply, which provides management services to Encanto Green Cross Dispensary. Encanto is licensed to cultivate, process and dispense medical marijuana […]

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Marijuana firm Curaleaf makes stock trading debut in Canada with $4B valuation

Massachusetts-based Curaleaf made its trading debut on the Canadian Securities Exchange on Monday after a $400 million private placement. The multistate cannabis firm raised almost three times its initial offering target of $150 million, giving the company a valuation of $4 billion. Curaleaf, which changed its name in August from PalliaTech, is listed on the […]

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