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   The world's largest cannabis companies are jockeying to dominate the lucrative US market. 7 top CEOs and executives break down the deals you can expect.  2021/02/25 14:23:10 Business Insider
Summary List Placement The US cannabis industry is set for a flurry of deals as Democrats on Capitol Hill make cannabis reform a core issue and new state markets open. Insider spoke with top executives at seven of the largest cannabis companies. They said that they'll be focused on expanding their footprints as new state markets open up. They also said they'd use deals to scoop up valuable intellectual property as they jockey for control of the lucrative US market. And there is another battle looming: Canadian companies like Canopy Growth, Aurora, Tilray, and Aphria, are all preparing to enter the US market as soon as they can, encroaching on US firms like Green Thumb Industries and Curaleaf. "These businesses, ours included, are going to become very big and very well-capitalized." Ben Kovler, the CEO of US cannabis company Green Thumb Industries (GTI) told Insider. In the US, cannabis is legal in 15 states for recreational purposes and in 36 states for medical use. Cowen analyst Vivien Azer has projected that the legal US cannabis industry could balloon to a $100 billion market by 2030, and companies are working hard to ensure that they'll win a slice of that.
   Acceleron to Participate in Two Upcoming Healthcare Investor Conferences  2021/02/23 12:00:00 Business Wire
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Acceleron Pharma Inc. (Nasdaq:XLRN), a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the discovery, development, and commercialization of TGF-beta superfamily therapeutics to treat serious and rare diseases, today announced that senior management will participate in two upcoming virtual healthcare investor conferences. Conference Presentation Details: Event: Cowen & Co. 41st Annual Health Care Conference Date/Time: Tuesday, March 2, 2021 at 2:50 p.m. EST Event: B
   See the pitch deck that a Facebook engineer and a Wall Street analyst used to raise $2.5 million to build sorely needed software tools for the cannabis industry  2021/02/15 13:00:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement When Stacey Hronowski first entered the cannabis space as a consultant for a Bay-area cannabis company, she says she was taken aback at the amount of manual work that businesses were doing just to keep track of their operations. "Even incredibly efficient founders were spending a lot of time on Google Sheets, on pen and paper, trying to keep track of their inventory," Hronowski told Insider. That's when she started to map out the idea for a compliance tool for the cannabis industry. Hronowski founded a company called Entrc, now called Canix, to address what she saw as a gap between the strict compliance regulations that cannabis companies needed to adhere to and the tools available to help. Canix closed a $2.5 million round on Monday to further grow operations. The company wants to become the top business-management software for cannabis companies, the founders said. The seed round was led by Phyto Partners, Floret Ventures, Andrew Freedman (Colorado's former cannabis czar), and others.
   Mid-Morning Market Update: US Stock Futures Trend Down; Nasdaq Composite Dips 0.2% - Stocks News Feed  2021/02/12 15:59:21 Stocks News Feed
Following the market opening Friday, the Dow declined 0.09% to 31,402.67, while the NASDAQ fell 0.21% to 13,996.18. The S&P also plunged 0.05% to 3,914.51. Leading and Lagging Sectors Financials shares climbed 0.67% on Friday. Meanwhile, top gainers in the sector included Ambac Financial Group, Inc. (NYSE: AMBC), up 8.11%, and Cowen, Inc. (NASDAQ: COWN),… Read More »Mid-Morning Market Update: US Stock Futures Trend Down; Nasdaq Composite Dips 0.2%
   Sage Therapeutics to Present at Upcoming Investor Conferences  2021/02/11 22:00:00 Business Wire
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)---- $SAGE #Sage--Sage Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: SAGE), a biopharmaceutical company committed to developing novel therapies with the potential to transform the lives of people with debilitating disorders of the brain, today announced that the Company will present at the following upcoming investor conferences: SVB Leerink Partners 10th Annual Global Healthcare Conference: on Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 8:00 am ET. Cowen & Co. 41st Annual Health Care Conference: on Mond
   Sundial to Participate in 2020 Cowen Boston Cannabis Conference  2020/11/23 13:30:00 Cision (Canada)
/CNW/ - Sundial Growers Inc. (Nasdaq: SNDL) ("Sundial") today announced that it will participate in Cowen's 2020 Boston Cannabis Conference, to be held…
   The world's largest cannabis company is angling to jump into the US marijuana market after Biden's win  2020/11/18 19:22:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Canopy Growth, the world's largest cannabis company by market value, is laying the groundwork to enter the lucrative US cannabis market, after Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump in the presidential election earlier this month. On top of that, five states, including New Jersey and Arizona, voted to legalize marijuana during the election, a strong sign of what some in the industry say is a "green wave" of support for cannabis legalization among US voters. The US is set to become a $100 billion cannabis market by 2030 , according to estimates from the investment bank Cowen, up from about $61 billion this year. Canadian cannabis companies like Canopy are finding creative ways to get their brands in front of US consumers so they can hit the ground running as soon as that's allowed. "Legal marijuana is becoming the American norm," Canopy CEO David Klein said on a call with investors earlier this month. Canopy reported its quarterly earnings earlier this month, posting net revenue of 135 million Canadian dollars and a C$96.6 million net loss.
   Replay Available: Cowen, V&E, Lordstown, Nasdaq, XL Fleet, Blink, Canoo, QuantumScape, Romeo Joined IPO Edge’s EV Forum  2020/11/16 23:06:15 Yahoo Finance
Hear from the California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development, as well as CEOs and senior executives from Blink Charging Co., QuantumScape, XL Fleet, Canoo, Lordstown Motors and Romeo Power who joined our event on Monday, November 16 at 2pm EST — Acceleration of Electrification: California’s 2035 Ban and the Future of EVs, Energy Technology and Regulation. To watch the replay, […]
   Kyber Data Science Announces New Senior Hires - Stocks News Feed  2020/11/16 13:05:00 Stocks News Feed
NEW YORK, Nov. 16, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Kyber Data Science, LLC (“Kyber”), a subsidiary of Cowen Inc. (NASDAQ:COWN) (“Cowen”), today announced several new senior hires who have recently joined the company, and the promotion of Brian Engelbert to COO of Kyber. Kyber is focused on developing and selling unique and proprietary datasets to institutional… Read More »Kyber Data Science Announces New Senior Hires
   MJBizDaily, Cowen launch exclusive research-distribution deal  2020/10/28 15:00:05 Marijuana Business Daily
Marijuana Business Daily has teamed up with diversified financial services firm Cowen to distribute the New York-based company’s acclaimed “Ahead of the Curve” research reports to the cannabis business community. The reports are now available for purchase through MJBizDaily. The initial set of reports provide critical insights on a variety of topics, including: Market and […] MJBizDaily, Cowen launch exclusive research-distribution deal is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs