The youngest son of reggae star Bob Marley as well as wealthy legal pot sellers from Colorado have taken control of High Times magazine, the storied counterculture media brand known around the world.
There are ways to get in the marijuana industry and James is here to help you find them.
If other products can be rebranded, why not marijuana? After all, it's an industry that's expected to reach $44 billion in sales by 2020.
Israel gives rise to the ganjapreneur, drawing new opportunities for green investment – Marijuana News
The Startup Nation’s Tel Aviv hub opened its doors on Monday to Israel’s first ever international conference on innovation in the medical cannabis industry.
Legal pot startups brought in more than $200 million from investors last year, more than twice what they had in 2014.
Bruce Kennedy ~ WeedWorthy ~
A new company, founded by a group of microbiologists, underscores some of the new ideas and products coming out of the legal cannabis sector.
Prison town goes to pot: Desert city Adelanto hopes cultivating marijuana will save it – Marijuana News
Adelanto, known 80 years ago for its fruit trees, is tying its star to another agricultural boom. In November, it became the second city in Southern California to permit commercial cultivation of medical marijuana.
SANTA ANA – First, comedian Roseanne Barr blazed trails with her sitcom; more recently she joined the growing reality TV world as she farmed macadamia nuts in Hawaii.
The start-up world can expect to see a different kind of green in the next few years if the marijuana business grows as rapidly as some expect.
It’s time to take America’s legal marijuana market seriously. As voters in more states embrace legalized marijuana sales, the burgeoning cannabis industry has gone from a curiosity to a bona fide booming market.
An upcoming marijuana business conference will, to NBA fans, feature a very familiar face.
DENVER (AP) -- States that have legalized pot are taking a fresh look at making it easier for out-of-state investors to get in the weed business, saying the industry's ongoing difficulty in banking means they need new options to finance expansion.
Wall Street investors are deciding it's time to just say yes to marijuana as legalization of cannabis in more U.S. states has them smelling money-making opportunities.
The investment arm of Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, sent out a 45 page equity report last week focused on prospects related to marijuana. Carefully researched, it was an interesting peek at how heavy hitters on Wall Street are starting to view the expanding industry.
It’s possible that there has been no greater contributor to the cultural shift currently occurring around cannabis use in North America than the growing understanding of its medical applications.
We went to San Francisco's first pot 'baked sale' and we're convinced that edibles are the next multimillion-dollar industry
Copyright 2013 - 2021. WeedLife.com is a division of MjLink.com, Inc..
To invest in the MjLink network, CLICK HERE.
To contact the following departments, dial 1-844-420-4208 - Sales: Ext. #2 - Support: Ext. #3 - Investor Relations: Ext. #6
- BIZ DIRECTORY