Marijuana Software Company Allows Pot Businesses to Liaise With Banks
A Kansas City, Mo.-based software company has come up with a way to enable marijuana dispensaries to do business with banks.
Pot to Lag Alcohol and Cigarette Use Despite Legalization
Retail marijuana industry sales could reach $21 billion by 2020. But the marijuana boom hasn't yet achieved the high industry insiders had hoped for.
Marijuana Competitions Held Online and Offline Launch New CEOs
The way to the green is by winning.
21 Marijuana Dispensaries Approved in Aurora, Colorado Raring to Go
Gaia and Lightshade are among the dispensaries that have gotten the green light.
New York Pot Entrepreneurs Face Added Cost of Union Workers
New Yorkers applying for a cannabis license have one more expense to consider that applicants in other states are not required to factor into their overhead costs.
Marijuana Twitter Bully Exposed By Terra Tech Private Investigator
The Twitter bully @laughinpaulryan, who has been tweeting negative information about marijuana companies and investors, has been positively identified.
New Yorkers Explore Pot Dreams at International Cannabis Association Conference
Could a legal pot dispensary be coming to Harlem?
Texas Puts Marijuana Reform on Legislative Agenda for 2015
The Lone Star State says you ain't seen nothin' yet with regard to pot legalization.
Marijuana Use Is Truly Dangerous, 20-Year Study Reveals
A recently completed study of 20 years of research on cannabis use dismantled many of arguments pot proponents use to bolster their cause.
Edible Cannabis Company GFarmaLabs Goes Public: Inside the Pot Stock
GFarmaLabs, the edible cannabis company that rocketed to stardom at the beginning of the year, has just announced its initial stock offering.