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The Cannabis Industry Has Had Explosive Growth in Business Expos and It Isn't Slowing Down
Expos are where entrepreneurs find their way to cannabis opportunity.
3 Must-Dos to Prepare for When Cannabis Is Federally Legal
Legalization of marijuana nationally is a quixotic cause now but the momentum seems to make it likely to happen eventually. The opportunities that will follow will be enormous.
The 11 Most Important Moments in the History of the American Marijuana Industry
106 years of marijuana history in 11 slides.
Marijuana In the Midwest? Nebraska Lawmakers Consider Cannabis Legalization.
In 2014, Nebraska sued Colorado for selling marijuana. Now, state legislators are considering making medical marijuana available to their own citizens.
San Diego Company Bids to Become First Marijuana Business on NYSE
Innovative Industrial Properties could help investors grab a slice of real estate used for the growing of legal marijuana crops.
How to Grow a Cannabis Farming Business in the Blazing Marijuana Economy
From crop cultivation to climate control, here's a look at what it takes to plant the seeds of a marijuana agriculture startup.
5 Things to Know Before You Interview With a Cannabis Company
First off, these people are highly professional.
Bethenny Frankel Developing 'Skinnygirl Marijuana,' a Munchie-Free Weed Strain
Amid growing legalization, the reality television star-turned-entrepreneur wants in on the white-hot marijuana industry.
A Favorite Employee Tests Positive for Drugs. Now What?
Substance abuse can strike even those close to the management team. Set up and maintain policies, provide counseling and determine the best course of action.
Why Your Company Needs an Up-to-Date Marijuana Policy
With the landscape rapidly changing for regulation of pot in various states, employers must be sure their guidelines keep pace.
Size of Colorado's Marijuana Market? Try 130 Metric Tons.
Marijuana demand in Colorado, which legalized it six months ago, is proving to be much larger than previously thought.