Colorado Cannabis Industry Continues to Face Uncertainty
Oversupply, lack of demand, competition with neighboring legal states, and black market sales, puts Colorado cannabis businesses in a bind.
May 23, 2023
From Intern to CEO, Tiffany Chin Takes Snoop Dogg’s Death Row Cannabis to the Next Level
Death Row Cannabis CEO Tiffany Chin tells her story.
April 6, 2023
Powerful Alliances: Twitter, Uber, Politicians, Investors, And Cannabis Companies Converge At The Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference In Miami, April 11-12
The Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference, renowned as the world’s largest and most successful cannabis investing and finance event,…
April 4, 2023
Wonderland: Miami Takes Shape as the Largest Psychedelic Medicine Business Event
Microdose presents Wonderland: Miami next week to showcase the fastest-growing sector in medicine.
November 3, 2021
Alex Rogers And The Europification Of the CannaBiz
Entrepreneur Alex Rogers took his experience in the industry and turned it into an expanding, international cannabis enterprise with old-school American roots.
April 27, 2021
Martha Stewart Launches Highly-Anticipated CBD Line
Stewart’s line features gummies that look like French fruit candies, also known as pâte de fruits.
September 23, 2020
Cannabis Tech Company Forced To Pull Out Of CES
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas wouldn't let a Canadian cannabis company mention the word "cannabis."
January 8, 2020
Boston Green-Lights Independent Cannabis Board To Boost Diversity In Industry
The Boston City Council has approved an ordinance that calls for the establishment of an organization that would bring more minority entrepreneurs to potential marijuana businesses.
November 26, 2019
Illinois State Senator’s Cannabis Company Under Investigation
Illinois' Secretary of State is investigating Senator Patricia Van Pelt, who runs seminars on the regulated cannabis market and operates a business that sells CBD products.
November 14, 2019
MedMen Backs Out Of Huge Deal To Buy PharmaCann
The deal was originally valued at $682 million.
October 9, 2019