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Broad Voter Approval for Cannabis Has Likely Ignited Explosive Growth

The 2016 elections are widely seen as a tipping point opening a flood of new investment in the cannabis industry.

Cy Scott

Will the 'Entrepreneur' President Embrace the Cannabis Economy?

Cannabis industry thought leaders share some thoughts on how the Trump administration may affect them.

Andre Bourque

7 Things Business Owners Need to Know Post-Election

Last night's vote has brought market scares, wage hikes, marijuana legalization and more.

Legal Marijuana a Big Winner in Elections Across the Country

The biggest single night for the marijuana legalization movement ended with voters across the country approving marijuana for both medicinal and recreational use.

Decision Time: Legal Marijuana Faces Big Moment On Election Night

While all eyes are on the presidential balloting, voters across the nation are poised to change the legal status of cannabis.

10 Cannabis Startups You Need to Watch

Market momentum is driving these entrepreneurs to dream of huge returns from the blazing business of marijuana.

Andre Bourque

How to Plant the Seeds of Success in the New Cannabis Economy

Succeeding in the cannabis economy often requires seasoned guidance to reap rewards. Here are some helpful tips to get you started.

Andre Bourque

8 Celebrities Getting (Financially) High Off of the Budding Legal Weed Business

With so much green for the taking -- greenbacks and ganja -- it's a no-brainer, even for stony stars.

Microsoft Partners With a Legal Weed Startup

By teaming with startup "Kind" on plant tracking apps, it's breaking a corporate no-no.

Steve Dent

Microsoft Has Partnered With a Marijuana Startup -- Start Up Your Day Roundup

Plus: The family of a victim of the Paris terrorist attacks is suing Facebook, Google and Twitter.

Happening Now: Cannabis Industry Pioneers Chat Live on Facebook to Commemorate 4/20

Catch these interviews with innovators of the booming marijuana business beginning at 11:30 a.m. EST today.

Erin Schultz