Now that California is officially a mecca for recreational weed, CNBC captured some of San Francisco's festivities.
Tumbleweed Express opened the first drive-thru marijuana in Parachute, Colorado.
How to invest in marijuana and avoid the biggest risks, says Micah Tapman.
With so many states legalizing weed, tying your brand to marijuana is becoming less taboo.
T-Mobile called out Verizon Communications for releasing its quarterly earnings on April 20th, or the 'holiest of high days.'
Wall Street says weed is about to seriously curb the country's appetite for alcohol.
Thursday is the unofficial holiday for marijuana culture.
Cowen believes rising cannabis use will hurt beer sales in the coming years.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa tours a San Francisco-based medical marijuana delivery service know as the "Uber of Weed."
Thursday marks marijuana culture's high holiday, 4/20, when college students gather in clouds of smoke on campus quads and when pot shops in legal weed states thank their customers with discounts.
The $7 billion marijuana industry has a lot to hash out with the IRS on Tax Day: Cannabis start-ups need to pay Uncle Sam in cash.
Canada's potential marijuana legalization could lure cannabis connoisseurs from the United States, NBC News reports.
From July, Uruguayans will be able to buy pot from their government.
One of President Trump's staunchest advocates called on him to ignore his Attorney General, and back marijuana legalization.
The booming pot economy is giving birth to new forms of edible innovation, including coffee and 'medicated' specialty food.
More stocks and funds benefit from the rise in legal marijuana just as federal officials reconsider how to regulate these businesses.
Oxford University has teamed up with a private equity firm to launch a research programme, which would examine the effects of medical cannabis.
A former U.S. currency regulator has devised a secure mobile payment system using his past job experience.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is signaling that he will crack down on federal drug laws.
Jesse Ventura says it is completely wrong, unethical and unconstitutional for Trump to reverse state law on marijuana.