Whenever another company picks up some new information technology designed to gather, collate and otherwise store information, this William Gibson quote comes to mind:
Vapen MJ Ventures’ (VAPN.C) newly announced partnership with Archipelago Ventures will help bring scaled-up hemp production to Hawaii.
More good news for Canadian cannabis enthusiasts: people suffering under the weight of a prohibition-era criminal record for simple cannabis possession can apply for a pardon starting today.
During a recent Okanagan wine tour, our tour bus operator told me he’d done extremely well with Shopify (SHOP.NYSE) and when he heard what it is I do all day, asked me where he should be putting his money.
Vapen MJ Ventures (VAPN.C) knows that inhalers are a perfect alternative to ingesting cannabis for people who cannot stand smoking weed, and that’s why they’ve released their line of CBD-inhalers this week.
One of the problems with living in a world with two belligerent economic powers preparing to duke it out in a trade war is the potential to get caught in the crossfire. That’s what happened when U.S. authorities requested the capture and extradition of Meng Wanzhou, the CFO of Huawei, on suspicion of allegedly defrauding multiple financial institutions in breach of U.S.-imposed bans on dealing with Iran back in December.
Patriot One (PAT.T) has partnered with Vancouver-based artificial intelligence company Xtract Technologies for joint research and development.
SpeakEasy Cannabis Club (EASY.C) is trying to put their involvement in the Bridgemark scandal past behind them by getting back to business.
Nvidia’s (NVDA.Q) new RTX Studio laptops are helping the company climb back to form after a bad fall in 2018 featuring a class-action lawsuit for their 2017 cryptocurrency misadventure.
Barbecue season is in full swing, and that means beer-swilling middle-aged men in aprons printed with Dad jokes engaged in the time-honoured tradition of turning raw meat into black lumps of moderately chewy charcoal.