Before Brad Austin arrived at work one recent morning, his stock market investments were up by $4,000.
Quietly on election night, overshadowed by the epic battle between blue and red, the map of America grew greener.
I’m a venture capitalist and a medical cannabis user.
Just as states are about to vote on marijuana ballot initiatives.
nside a Brooklyn ballroom, investors smoothed their suits and opened their iPads, preparing for a day of sizing up hungry entrepreneurs and impassioned lobbyists.
Willie Nelson and Snoop Dogg’s involvement in the burgeoning marijuana business may not come as a shock, but professional athletes and a former boyband member are also getting in on a potentially lucrative endeavor
It wasn't the usual Vancouver gathering of pot enthusiasts -- in fact not even a whiff of marijuana smoke could be detected at the GreenRush Financial Conference covering the budding business of ganja.
Red tape abounds for outside investors in Colorado.
Investors in marijuana-related stocks may see their profits go up in smoke, U.S. regulators said on Tuesday.