18 Jul 2017 | Oracle Dispatch
United Cannabis Corp (OTCMKTS:CNAB) is trading up 18% percent today with volume as high as 248,385. Since the beginning of the week, the stock is on a 35% rip in price and +100$ tear for the month. Now, if you bought the stock in fall of last year you are up +300%. Now, most of …
18 Jul 2017 | Fierce Biotech
GB Sciences has decided to focus its drug development forces on three cannabinoid therapies in its pipeline, and it has tapped Worldwide Clinical Trials to assess its intellectual property portfolio and to help with pre-IND planning.
16 Jul 2017 | Ottawa Citizen
Chuck Rifici, like other executives at Canadian cannabis companies, says public attitudes about cannabis are shifting quickly.
14 Jul 2017 | Business In Vancouver
Marijuana-focused conferences become more frequent as pot legalization looms
14 Jul 2017 | Stock News Union
Shares of OWC Pharmaceutical Research Corp plunged 20.49% in Tuesday’s trading session to end the day at $0.419 a share. The sell-off came on the heels of the company announcing it had taken the necessary steps to protect the intellectual property of its primary products.
11 Jul 2017 | Proactive Investors
Roto-Gro International Ltd (ASX:RGI) has completed the initial delivery of its order from EuroAg Corporation for the supply of 240 Roto-Gro Units over a 12 month period.
11 Aug 2017 | Benzinga
Industrial hemp is set to be a huge economic driver in the not-so-distant future, even more so than medical cannabis or even recreational marijuana, Cynthia Salarizadeh told...
9 Jul 2017 | Madison
The marijuana market is growing rapidly and that's creating a lot of interest in owning marijuana stocks. However, investors need to pick what marijuana stocks to buy carefully.
7 Jul 2017 | Technical 420
The G-20 summit is currently taking place in Hamburg, Germany and marijuana has made its presence known. Although some of the expected discussion topics include climate change, security and trade, we think medical marijuana will be a topic that takes center stage.
6 Jul 2017 | International Business Times
Botanix, an Australian company, is developing the first new acne treatment in 20 years. The treatment involves using synthetic cannabis oil to treat pimples.