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While calling for the decriminalization of drugs, Sir Richard Branson tells CNBC he does not see the Virgin Group getting into the business of legalized pot.
Discussing decriminalizing drugs, with Sir Richard Branson, Virgin Group chairman & CEO. The way to deal with it is to treat drugs as a health problem, says Branson.
Cheryl Shuman hopes to change public perception about marijuana use and is asking high-net-worth circles to fund her efforts.
Pot entrepreneur Cheryl Shuman, Cheryl Shuman Inc. CEO, discusses marijuana culture and legislation, and goes behind the scenes of the Beverly Hills Cannabis Club.
Even as 23 states allow medical or recreational marijuana, experts say most businesses are keeping their drug-free policies. The NYT reports.
A wildfire burning through dense forest in California has destroyed more than 11,000 acres and injured eight firefighters. But what about all those illegal marijuana farms? CNBC's Jane Wells reports.
Mendocino County is known for growing marijuana, most of it illegal, and a lot of it is on fire.
Eaze delivery is free to patients, and the medical marijuana dispensaries pay a fee to for bringing the clinics new customers.
Keith McCarty, Eaze founder & CEO, discuss his on-demand health care delivery technology that will automate patient verification and driver dispatch to hand deliver marijuana.
A company, Foria, has started selling a cannabis-infused topical oil for women that the company claims will "unlock profound pleasures."
Brendan Kennedy, Privateer Holdings CEO, discusses the growing support among mainstream Americans to legalize pot. It's time for politicians and bureaucrats to catch up with the rest of America, says Kennedy.
Regulators are considering new rules to make pot-infused treats look different even when they're out of the packages.
It's not quite Big Oil, or Big Telecom, but the marijuana industry is luring former politicians to lobby on its behalf in D.C.
Legalizing pot is going to exacerbate income inequality in America, says Jake Novak. Here's why.
The Times equated the ban on marijuana to 13 years of Prohibition in the U.S.
CNBC's Jane Wells looks at the strong demand for legal weed in Colorado. Wells says the state of Colorado has 485,000 monthly users, but tax collection is way below estimates.
The Washington man fired for buying legal marijuana has been offered his job back. But he's pondering his options.
Mike Boyer, the first to buy legal, recreational marijuana in Spokane, Washington, was fired from both of his jobs after appearing on the news for being first in line.
Mike Boyer, the tie-dye guy who waited almost 20 hours to be the first in WA to buy legal pot, has his job back. NBC News reports.
Months into Colorado's legal marijuana experiment, the state is getting a handle on the market's size. It's pretty big.