Investor Suit Alleges Mismanagement at Bloom Farms
By Hilary Corrigan
Jun 16, 2020
Jun 16, 2020
This story was erroneously deleted and has been reposted. Explanation here.An investor in the parent company of California cannabis brand Bloom Farms has sued the company, alleging “a pattern of deception” and financial mismanagement. The case calls for the company to improve...
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