Canopy Growth

Marijuana giant Canopy’s revenues soar, but losses widen

The world’s largest marijuana company, Canopy Growth, on Wednesday reported improved revenue in its latest quarter, but its losses widened substantially from the same period a year ago. Smiths Falls, Ontario-based Canopy saw revenue rise 250% in the first fiscal quarter of 2020 to 90.5 million Canadian dollars ($67 million) compared with the same period […]

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Acreage reports improved cannabis revenue, net loss for quarter

Acreage Holdings, a New York-based multistate marijuana operator, on Tuesday reported net quarterly revenue of $17.7 million for the three months ended June 30, up more than five times from the same period last year. Net loss totaled $33.9 million for the company, which is due to be acquired by Canadian cannabis giant Canopy Growth […]

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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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‘The board decided’: Marijuana giant Canopy Growth fires Bruce Linton as CEO 

Canadian cannabis producer Canopy Growth on Wednesday announced the departure of Bruce Linton as co-chief executive, a surprise move that analysts say could be tied to the company’s disappointing earnings. Effective immediately, Linton is stepping down and co-CEO Mark Zekulin will become the sole interim chief executive as the board looks for a permanent leader. […]

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45 marijuana firms join forces to set industrywide environmental, ethical goals

An alliance of 45 large marijuana businesses wants the public to know they’re good corporate citizens. The Global Cannabis Partnership, which includes Canada’s Canopy Growth Corp., issued guidelines aimed at minimizing greenhouse gas emissions and promoting ethical conduct and responsible cannabis use. The emerging marijuana industry is “in a unique position to set a new […]

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Marijuana Business This Week: Canopy, Acreage shareholders vote, Springfield selects, OK inspects & more

Here are some notable stories and events to watch for in the coming days: DAY OF DECISION: Shareholders of Canopy Growth and Acreage Holdings are scheduled to vote Wednesday on the much-heralded megamerger of the two companies. If consummated, it would become the first major Canadian/U.S. cannabis transaction. Each company’s shareholders will vote separately. At least […]

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Aurora, Canopy are Canada’s ‘most reputable’ cannabis firms, survey finds; others rank far behind

Alberta-based Aurora Cannabis edged out Ontario’s Canopy Growth as the most reputable marijuana company in Canada, according to a first-of-its-kind survey by market research firm Leger. The survey – conducted from December 2018 to February 2019 – reflects the reputations of cannabis producers in the opening innings of legalization. The marijuana companies were included as […]

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Cannabis capital ‘rotating’ away from Canada to United States, analyst says

Marijuana businesses and investors seeking higher returns and more potential are looking beyond Canada’s relatively small and highly regulated market, according to analysts covering the still-nascent industry. “Many investors we have spoken to have begun to rotate capital from Canada to the U.S. on the fear that Canadian players will be unable to capture growth […]

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Multistate cannabis firm Acreage reports first-quarter net loss of $31.2 million

Acreage Holdings, a New York-based multistate cannabis operator, reported quarterly revenues of $12.9 million for the three months ended March 31, 2019. The company also reported a net loss for the period of $31.2 million. The company did not disclose in its news release how this compared to revenue and profit/loss for the year-ago period. […]

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