How MedMen Is Making Marijuana Mainstream

MedMen's Adam Bierman wants to build the Apple Store of weed.

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Adam Bierman could be the poster boy of the modern canna-­business executive. Clean-cut, young, driven, smooth as a vape hit -- about as removed from the bong-bogarting stoner as you can get. He’s also killing it. As cofounder and CEO of marijuana giant MedMen, he has grown the company from a few dinky L.A. dispensaries to the largest cannabis business in the U.S. -- made possible by its acquisition of PharmaCann, and a rapid expansion that includes 69 dispensaries and 16 cultivation and production centers across 12 states, pending all acquisitions. But Bierman says this is just the beginning. 

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