• The 'world's biggest legal-pot dealer' talks about taking his company public and the future of weed

    25 days ago - By Business Insider

    Canopy Growth became the first marijuana stock to trade on the New York Stock Exchange, quickly racking up a market value of nearly $6 billion.
    Business Insider spoke with its CEO, Bruce Linton, about what's changed since he entered the industry nearly a decade ago.
    He said the opioid crisis has people looking more skeptically at pharmaceutical companies.
    His company recently garnered a huge investment from a major alcohol maker - something he says has competitors racing to catch up.
    Canopy Growth doesn't yet operate in the US because of legal issues - and Linton doesn't see that changing...
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  • The 'world's biggest legal-pot dealer' talks about taking his company public and the future of weed

    The 'world's biggest legal-pot dealer' talks about taking his company public and the future of weed

    25 days ago - By Business Insider

    Canopy Growth became the first marijuana stock to trade on the New York Stock Exchange, quickly racking up a market value of nearly $6 billion.
    Business Insider spoke with its CEO, Bruce Linton, about what's changed since he entered the industry nearly a decade ago.
    He said the opioid crisis has people looking more skeptically at pharmaceutical companies.
    His company recently garnered a huge investment from a major alcohol maker - something he says has competitors racing to catch up.
    Canopy Growth doesn't yet operate in the US because of legal issues - and Linton doesn't see that changing...
    Read more ...

     

  • The 'world's biggest legal-pot dealer' talks about taking his company public and the future of weed

    The 'world's biggest legal-pot dealer' talks about taking his company public and the future of weed

    25 days ago - By Business Insider

    Canopy Growth became the first marijuana stock to trade on the New York Stock Exchange, quickly racking up a market value of nearly $6 billion.
    Business Insider spoke with its CEO, Bruce Linton, about what's changed since he entered the industry nearly a decade ago.
    He said the opioid crisis has people looking more skeptically at pharmaceutical companies.
    His company recently garnered a huge investment from a major alcohol maker - something he says has competitors racing to catch up.
    Canopy Growth doesn't yet operate in the US because of legal issues - and Linton doesn't see that changing...
    Read more ...