Ancillary Marijuana Companies News

Canadian cannabis publisher Civilized sheds jobs amid New Frontier purchase

New Brunswick, Canada, marijuana publishing company Civilized Worldwide is “temporarily” laying off its entire workforce ahead of a pending sale to Washington DC-based New Frontier Data. New Frontier, a data and analytics company, said in a news release it has completed its diligence and will move forward with its acquisition of Civilized. The companies did […]

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New Frontier Data paying $10 million for cannabis research firm

New Frontier Data, a privately owned data analytics firm in Washington DC that focuses on the cannabis industry, plans to pay roughly $10 million for a Denver-area company in the same field. New Frontier Data reached an agreement to buy Zefyr, based in Greenwood Village, Colorado, in a cash and stock deal. The acquisition will […]

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Week in Review: Marijuana vaporizer sales rebound, new state vape issues pop up, Californians want additional adult-use MJ stores & more

Cannabis vaporizer sales show an uptick in some key markets even as more state vape bans appear, Californians say they want to see the number of recreational marijuana stores increased, medical marijuana cultivators sue over plant limits in New Mexico – and more of the week’s top cannabis business news. MJ vape sales indicate some […]

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Marijuana industry veteran Vo leaves CEO job at BioTrackTHC

Patrick Vo exited his job as CEO of BiotrackTHC after resigning from the board of is parent company, Helix TCS. For more than seven years, Vo was an executive at Florida-based BioTrackTHC, a seed-to-sale software provider, most recently serving as CEO and president. Colorado-based Helix TCS acquired BioTrackTHC in June 2018. Helix is involved in […]

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Nevada judge freezes permits for new recreational marijuana shops

A Nevada judge halted the licensing process for several dozen new adult-use cannabis stores, siding with companies that lost bids to win the lucrative permits. Clark County District Court Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez issued an injunction after she heard 18 days of evidence and testimony. All sides expect the ruling will be appealed to the state […]

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Week in Review: Weedmaps to end its ads for illicit cannabis, FBI probes MJ industry, MO licensing odds & more

Weedmaps plans to cease advertising unlicensed cannabis retailers, the FBI looks into public corruption in the legal marijuana industry, Missouri receives more than 2,000 medical marijuana applications – and more of the week’s top cannabis business news. Weedmaps to stop advertising unlicensed businesses The influential marijuana site Weedmaps, which is one of the most popular […]

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