Among the big winners were Curaleaf Holdings, Canopy Growth Corporation, and Tilray
Miguel Martin has a track record of running profitable global sales and marketing teams, according to executive chairman Michael Singer
With Booth as CEO, the company obtained a federal licence to grow and sell cannabis in 2014.
One of the hardest-hit was Charlotte’s Web Holdings Inc., which saw its share price fall by 17.1 percent between Monday and Friday.
The Edmonton-based company will also reduce its administrative and production staff by significant numbers
CannCentral’s weekly look at Canadian cannabis stocks shows that some didn’t fare very well on Friday (June 19)
After 15 years in the weed business, he’ll step down on June 30.
Nothing remarkable happened for shareholders in Canopy Growth, Aurora, Cronos Group, and Aphria.
Two of the big winners over the first five days of June were California-based Amyris Inc. and B.C.-based Village Farms International