Everything from high-tech advancements in edible weed to big-data analysis can be seen at this year's New West Summit in San Francisco.
As with any new consumer industry, now that more people have access to marijuana, there are businesses who want to offer them tools and gadgets to go along with their legal medical or recreational pot.
That's a SMOKING hot car! Florida businessman builds environmentally friendly sports car made from cannabis hemp
A sports car made from cannabis hemp could lead the charge in making carbon neutral vehicles.
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How a former cosmetics industry executive is looking to break new ground with a new line of hemp-derived products.
AUSTIN -- A small town in North Texas could see Texas' first full-scale medical cannabis business.
Whoopi Goldberg has had it with cramps and had it with stoner jokes, and now she’s doing something about both. Goldberg announced Wednesday that she’s launching a medical-marijuana company with Maya Elisabeth, one of the leading “canna-businesswomen” in the field, with a line of products designed to provide relief from menstrual cramps.
A new law legalizes cannabis oil to help some Texans who have intractable epilepsy. If plans move forward, cannabis oil could be available for some epileptic Texans by late 2017.
New start-ups have been putting together software that helps banks and dispensaries monitor and record transactions, with the long-term goal of moving transactions away from cash.
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.
The legalization of marijuana has brought a bumper crop of weed-laced foodstuffs, from cookies and candies to sodas—and now, coffee.
A broken neck in a surfing accident triggered a dramatic career change for Derek Peterson, a former Wall Street banker who now heads listed cannabis company Terra Tech.
With the cannabis industry booming in states like Colorado, Washington and California, it may be surprising that a new startup has decided to take root in Philadelphia.