The Waltons of Arkansas top the list.
It holds first place among other cannabis producers in geographic footprint, and Canadian cannabis market share. The company significantly increased its size and revenue through a recent merger with Aphria (NASDAQ:APHA), another large Canadian LP.
Tilray made news when its stock rose from $7 per share to $67 per share between January and February of this year. The stock price currently sits around $12 per share, as investors digest its new valuation and long-term potential. (See TLRY stock charts on TipRanks)
Although its stock has been down over the summer, I maintain a bullish rating.
The company holds the No. 1 market
(Reuters) – A North Carolina court on Friday struck down a voter photo identification law passed by Republicans in 2018, finding it intentionally discriminated against Black voters who were likely to vote Democratic.
The ruling marks the second consecutive Republican-backed voting law from North Carolina to be overturned the courts, after a U.S. appeals court in 2016 found a previous law targeted African Americans “with almost surgical precision.”
In Friday’s ruling, the 2-1 majority wrote that the 2018 law “was motivated at least in part by an unconstitutional intent to target African American voters.”
Authorities are looking into whether Binance or its staff profited by taking advantage of its customers, Bloomberg reported https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-09-17/u-s-s-binance-probe-expands-to-examine-possible-insider-trading, citing people with knowledge of the matter.
“At Binance, we have a zero-tolerance policy for insider trading and a strict ethical code related to any type of behavior that could have a negative impact on our customers or industry,” the world’s biggest crypto platform said in a statement.
The company has faced warnings and business curbs from financial watchdogs from Britain and Germany to Japan, who are concerned over the use of crypto in money laundering and risks to consumers.
The exchange, whose
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Big cats at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo in Washington are on the mend after all of them caught the coronavirus last week.
The Zoo’s chief veterinarian on Friday said the lions and tigers probably got COVID-19 from an asymptomatic zookeeper, and it spread to the big cat population – all nine of them.
He said the zoo had noticed the big cats were sick because the lions and tigers were barely getting up to move and not eating well.
“It came on a little bit insidious,” said Dr. Donald Neiffer, the chief veterinarian. “I believe last Thursday we had a
WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Sept. 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — (TSX: NFI, OTC: NFYEF) NFI Group Inc. (“NFI” or the “Company”), a leading independent bus and coach manufacturer and a leader in electric mass transportation mobility solutions, today announced that, due to the impact of escalating supply chain disruptions and logistics delays resulting from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic it is lowering its financial guidance for 2021. Read More