iAnthus is one of the more ambitious cannabis companies you may never have heard of. The company has 28 stores in the U.S. where it's beginning to roll out its "Be." dispensary brand, starting with a flagship store in Brooklyn.
At MJBiz Con, I caught up with iAnthus CEO and former Goldman Sachs banker Harley Ford to discuss legalization in New York, the future of interstate trade and why he thinks pot stocks are undervalued.
Read the exclusive interview here.
A Canadian analyst argues the worst is over for pot stocks and that institutional investors are getting more comfortable with the idea of cannabis investing. ????WW Canada has more.
Another Canadian analyst expects things to get worse before they get better.
- “Some of these companies don’t have a future,” Paul Rosen of BreakWater Venture Capital said. “I won’t name names but I think we’re going to see in Canada and to some degree in the States full-blown, wipe-out failures.”
- Brian Mitchell, CEO of California-based Shryne Group, another quietly ambitious company, says the Green Rush is over, and good riddance.
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