Marijuana Stocks & Publicly Traded Cannabis Companies

Former MedMen executives join high-profile marijuana companies

Two more MedMen executives have left the California-based company for other cannabis industry jobs: Toronto-based Flower One Holdings announced that Kellen O’Keefe, ex-MedMen senior vice president of business development, joined its team as chief strategy officer. Meanwhile, Acreage Holdings, a New York-based multistate operator, announced it hired MedMen’s former senior vice president of technology, Alfred Miranda, as its […]

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Arcview deal highlights increased institutional involvement in cannabis

The acquisition of Oakland, California-based The Arcview Group boasted a relatively small price tag, but the impact to the cannabis industry as a whole might be more substantial than the $7.7 million sum. The deal was structured as a Series A funding but was effectively a takeover by the main investors, Trivergance and Cresco Capital […]

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Curaleaf agrees to acquire marijuana giant Grassroots for $875 million

Massachusetts-based Curaleaf, a cannabis company with a market cap of about $3.6 billion, on Wednesday agreed to buy privately owned Grassroots for $875 million in stock and cash. Curaleaf said the transaction – $75 million of it is in cash, the rest in stock – “solidifies” its position as the world’s largest marijuana company in terms […]

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Canadian marijuana firm Organigram reports improved quarterly revenues, net loss

Organigram, a Canadian cannabis producer that trades on a major U.S. exchange, reported net revenues of 24.8 million Canadian dollars ($18.6 million) for the fiscal third quarter ended May 31, up from CA$3.44 million in the same period last year. Net loss for the quarter for the New Brunswick-based company was CA$10.2 million, compared with […]

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Jushi closes $63 million Pennsylvania deal for medical cannabis dispensary space

Jushi, a Florida-based marijuana company, closed an agreement to acquire Pennsylvania-based Franklin Bioscience in a $63 million deal. The purchase price for Franklin, which holds licenses for up to 12 medical marijuana dispensaries in Pennsylvania, is a combination of cash, debt and stock. Jushi entered into various acquisition agreements since it started trading on Canada’s […]

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Green Growth acquires multistate marijuana firm Moxie in $310 million deal

Green Growth Brands, a cannabis company based in Ohio, agreed to pay $310 million in stock for multistate operator Moxie. Moxie is based in Long Beach, California, but sells both recreational and medical cannabis products from 250 retail outlets and dispensaries in five states. Green Growth, which is headquartered in Columbus but largely focuses on […]

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Canadian marijuana firm Sundial, California’s KushCo seek Nasdaq listings

Sundial Growers, a Canadian cannabis company, and California-based KushCo Holdings have applied to be listed on the Nasdaq. Sundial, based in Calgary, Alberta, would operate under the ticker symbol SNDL. The number of shares to be offered and the price range for the offering have not been determined. The company currently operates two facilities in its […]

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Sol Global cannabis investment firm raises CA$50 million; exec resigns

Sol Global, a Toronto-based international cannabis investment firm, said it raised 50 million Canadian dollars ($37.5 million) in debt financing. The company will use the proceeds to fund its expansion in CBD activities and operations in California, Florida and Michigan. The company also said Jonathan Gilbert resigned as president of its subsidiary, Impact Biosciences, which […]

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Week in Review: Canopy’s Linton out, NJ ups medical cannabis licenses, 280E MJ tax case a no-go with Supreme Court & more

Canopy Growth’s board sacks CEO Bruce Linton, New Jersey boosts number of medical marijuana business licenses, the U.S. Supreme Court declines to hear a 280E marijuana tax case – plus other important news from around the industry. Linton out as Canopy faces pressure from Constellation Bruce Linton, CEO and chairman of Canada’s Canopy Growth, the […]

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Linton’s firing by Canopy follows string of losses, may raise concerns about cannabis sector-mainstream partnerships

Former Canopy Growth co-CEO Bruce Linton may have had suspicions about his future when a special board meeting of the Canadian cannabis giant was convened last Friday. Even though Linton was also Canopy’s chair, he didn’t call the meeting. By Wednesday, Linton was filling up his car with gas at Costco and contemplating his future […]

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