Curaleaf CEO Joe Bayern joins Yahoo Finance Live to explain the momentum for the cannabis company as it maneuvers a deal with Tryke for dispensary distributions.
Toking up could be a thing of the past for New Yorkers who can now sip their marijuana rather than smoke it.
As the cannabis market expands, it's hard to keep track of the many products that launch every week. But don’t worry, Benzinga always keeps you updated on the most interesting new cannabis products being launched.
CEO Joe Bayern provided comments on the expanding New Jersey market in Marijuana Venture's upcoming September issue. Go to page 20 to see the details.
Terpenes are aromatic, naturally occurring compounds found in a variety of plants. They're perhaps most famously found in cannabis and some think may enhance the herb's therapeutic benefits. Here's what you need to know.
Dreamstime U.S. cannabis grower Curaleaf Holdings beat second-quarter sales expectations—despite competition for peoples’ wallets amid relaxed travel restrictions near the start of the summer season.
Curaleaf operates in multiple states as a cannabis grower and retailer. Patrick Jonsson, the company's regional president of the Northeast, oversees operations in Connecticut, Vermont, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey and Maryland. He said Curaleaf is interested in joining the recreational cannabis market and Connecticut's fee isn’t prohibitive.
Dozens of people took part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on Boston’s Seaport Common Friday afternoon in honor of Pete Frates. Frates’ wife, Julie, is hosted the event in memory of her late husband who passed away in 2019 following a lengthy battle with ALS. “This is a huge deal for our family to have their support in our mission to fight ALS,” Julie Frates said. “We will be here every August until there is a cure. This one’s for Pete.”
In this Q&A, we ask Curaleaf’s Director of Corporate Social Responsibility Raheem Uqdah about the social justice responsibilities of current operators, balancing those responsibilities with brand building and outward expansion, the company’s various initiatives for social good, and more!
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and fellow Democratic Senators Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) unveiled the draft of a historic cannabis decriminalization bill on Wednesday, more than five months after originally announcing it.
Richardson exercised her right to consume cannabis. The only difference between her and millions of others is an antiquated rule that exposed her grief.
Using their stories, the two women have teamed up to endorse Curaleaf, a Massachusetts-based cannabis company, and will helping promote the company’s “I Cannabis” campaign, “which is aimed to further normalize and humanize cannabis while encouraging people to use the plant with confidence — not fear,” the company said.
In a partnership that epitomizes synergy, Curaleaf, a top cannabis company, has teamed up with iconic music and pop culture brand Rolling Stone, to create a new cannabis brand. Known as Rolling Stone by Select (Select for short), the line will feature two product formats that include a pre-roll and "The Cliq," defined in the news announcement as a "proprietary pod system."
So what exactly is Delta-8 THC, where is it sold and how did it slip through America’s draconian cannabis laws? Here’s what you need to know.
In March Curaleaf’s Select brand unveiled Squeeze, a line of nano-THC beverage enhancers in a variety of flavors; Watermelon, Strawberry Lemonade, Lemon Lime, and Hint of Sweet. The new product offered cannabis consumers an easy way to quickly and discreetly give their beverages a THC content.
EPISODE 12: RAHEEM UQDAH Black CannaBusiness founder Kristi Price sits down with Curaleaf’s new Corporate Social Responsibility Director to learn more about Curaleaf’s Rooted In Good initiative and the work that he is leading across the country.
Khadijah Tribble, Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility at Curaleaf, is sprinkling Black Girl Magic all throughout the cannabis industry. Her mission: to diversify, educate, and provide business opportunities for the Black community.
Curaleaf is one of the largest cannabis companies in the world. They currently have ten retail locations in the State of Illinois. They recently announced a $950K contribution advancing social equity in Illinois. As part of Curaleaf’s “Rooted in Good” Initiative, the fund will be dispersed among six local Chicago Partners.
The largest cannabis operator in the United States is investing nearly a million dollars in six Illinois entities designed to provide workforce development programming to mostly entrepreneurs of color who aspire to work in the budding industry.
"New York could be one of the most compelling markets in the US if not in the world," Joseph Bayern, CEO of Curaleaf, told Insider. "We're very pleased with what we've seen so far."
Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. has launched a THC-infused beverage enhancer called "Select Squeeze." The new product relies on nanotechnology to modify any beverage by turning cannabis oil into small water-soluble molecules, and dissolving THC compounds evenly into a beverage.Curaleaf claims THC from Select Squeeze provides absorbance within 15 to 30 minutes, and comes in four flavors — lemon-lime, strawberry lemonade, watermelon, and "hint of sweet."
Curaleaf, a leading U.S. provider of consumer products in cannabis, today announced the latest addition to its suite of products with Select Fresh, which will make history as a THC product initially launched simultaneously across 10 markets. Held to the brand’s famously rigorous testing standards, Select Fresh combines high-quality premium distillate oil with bold fruit flavors in the brand’s sleek new .3 gram “Go” hardware.
Joe Bayern, Curaleaf CEO joins the Yahoo Finance Live panel to discuss the company’s earnings and expanding its empire to Europe.
On Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2021, Curaleaf, a leading U.S. provider of consumer products in cannabis, opened Curaleaf Jacksonville San Jose, marking the company’s 100th dispensary nationwide. AUTHOR: Heather Allman PUBLISHER: CANNABIS LAW REPORT
Bob, Mikey and Lauren get a big-time diversity and sustainability education from Curaleaf’s 'Rooted in Good' team member, Raheem Uqdah, and from the founders of the Sustainable Cannabis Coalition, Peter Dougherty and Shawn Cooney who are based here in Massachusetts. Dr Uma returns with a warning to all physicians, and as usual brings her boundless energy for the positive effects of cannabis.
Thanks to California’s maturing recreational cannabis market (it’s been a thing since January 2018) and the ever-quickening pace of technological advancement, this holiday season arrives with a bumper crop of ganja-themed gifts and gadgets.
New York’s Cannabis Control Board is moving quickly to make up for the lost time under the previous administration. In the group’s first meeting since incoming Gov. Hochul stepped in and nominated people for the board, they approved raw cannabis flower as a medical product effective immediately.
Last week, the National Cannabis Festival took place in Washington, D.C. and we had the pleasure of kicking off the event with one of the Curaleaf and a free screening of the documentary “Grass is Greener“. I was joined by Visual Artists, Filmmaker & Hip-Hop Pioneer Fab 5 Freddy, Benard Noble & Raheem Uqdah.
Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. (CSE: CURA) (OTCQX: CURLF) ("Curaleaf" or the "Company"), a leading U.S. provider of consumer products in cannabis, today announced the opening of Curaleaf Bordentown, the company's 109th dispensary nationwide. The Company also announced the launch of its Select brand in New Jersey, expanding the brand's reach to 19 states. Select Bites, which feature the brand's award-winning, concentrated broad-spectrum oil and science-based formulations that offer precise, consistent cannabis experiences for any occasion, are now available at all Curaleaf New Jersey locations.
Curaleaf CEO Joe Bayern joins Cheddar to discuss strong revenue results from the second quarter of this year, along with the company's recent acquisitions: EMMAC, Europe's largest cannabis company, and Los Suenos, a 66-acre outdoor cannabis cultivation and processing operation in Colorado. Both of these acquisitions as well as Curaleaf's positioning in the U.S. as legalization spreads are predicted to set the company up for success. Bayern also discusses the company's beverage enhancement products, Select Squeeze.
Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. (CSE: CURA) (OTCQX: CURLF) ("Curaleaf" or the "Company"), a leading international provider of consumer products in cannabis, today reported its financial and operating results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2021. All financial information is provided in U.S. dollars unless otherwise indicated.
Recreational cannabis isn’t yet sold in Connecticut retail locations, but medical cannabis providers are already reckoning with how to adjust now that adult use of marijuana is legal. Thames Valley Relief in Montville, which recently rebranded to The Botanist, and Curaleaf Groton, are two local purveyors — owned by larger companies — of medical cannabis trying to determine how to adjust to the new recreational market.
For the event, Julie Frates is partnering with Curaleaf, and opening up about the benefits her husband saw in medical cannabis during his eight-year battle with ALS.
JAMES SHORRIS, VICE PRESIDENT FOR LAW AND SCIENCE Jim is the Chief Compliance Officer for Curaleaf, Inc. Before joining Curaleaf, Jim spent much of his career in financial services regulation, most recently as Chief Compliance Officer of BMO Capital Markets in New York and Toronto. He was responsible for developing, implementing, and managing global capital markets compliance programs with a team of more than 50 professionals. Jim is a practicing attorney.
Joseph Bayern last spoke with New Cannabis Ventures in December 2020, right before he stepped into the CEO role at Curaleaf. Since then, the company has continued to leverage its large U.S. footprint and look to global opportunities. Bayern checked in to talk about the company’s recent acquisitions and how it is positioned to capitalize on the continuing trend of cannabis legalization
Joe Bayern, the CEO of Curaleaf, which is one of the world’s largest cannabis companies, says he thinks Delta-8 products, many of which are untested and sold in gas stations and smoke shops, pose a major public safety issue.
Select Squeeze uses nanotechnology for a fast-acting cannabis-infused experience similar to that of a summer cocktail (without the hangover). Available in four flavors – Watermelon, Lemon Lime, Strawberry Lemonade and Hint of Sweet – Squeeze allows you to add 5mg doses of THC to all of your favorite beverages so you can join in on the fun in whichever way you prefer.
Two leaders in their industries—multi-state cannabis player Curaleaf and media powerhouse Scary Mommy—have created a cobranded content hub and a celebrity-led live event aimed at normalizing weed use for parents, especially moms.
In this jam-packed episode Boris Jordan joins us in an extremely candid conversation about Curaleaf Holdings. Boris is founder and Executive Chairman of Curaleaf Holdings and is one of the industry's most recognized faces.
Lanett Austin, director of Talent Management and Diversity at Curaleaf – the largest cannabis operator in the U.S. – joins host Porter Braswell to discuss the racial disparities in the cannabis industry and what a more equitable and inclusive future would mean.
Select Nano Gummies Billed as the edible, reinvented, Select Nano is a new kind of gummy that offers a new kind of high with a faster onset and more balanced experience.
Boris Jordan, Curaleaf Executive Chairman joins the Yahoo Finance Live panel to discuss Curaleaf's cannabis legalization in the U.S. and their THC-infused beverage focus.
Located along the main route between Montgomery County and Northwest Philadelphia, one of the nation’s leading cannabis operators, Curaleaf, celebrated the grand opening of its 1,800 sq ft City Ave dispensary on Monday.
Curaleaf is opening its 12th Pennsylvania location on City Avenue next week, offering a new option for area medical marijuana patients.
New York lawmakers legalized cannabis sales for adults over 21 years old on Wednesday, making the Empire State the 15th regulated recreational marijuana market in the United States.
Black Cannabis 365 gets a peek behind multi-state operator Curaleaf and its mission to assist communities impacted by the War on Drugs. Khadijah Tribble, Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility within Curaleaf joins us for an exclusive.
Planet 13 will create a Select “shop-in-shop experience” at its Las Vegas dispensary, starting Monday, March 15. It will also host a sales and education program, presenting the brand’s complete portfolio of products, such as Select Elite, Select Classic Bites, Select Elite Live, Select Ratio Drops, and Select Nano Gummies.
Curaleaf executive chairman Boris Jordan joins “Squawk on the Street” to discuss the company’s expansion into Europe.
Curaleaf announced in a press release the exciting news about our entrance into the European cannabis market through the purchase of EMMAC Life Sciences Group.
Dispensaries in North Central and around the Valley are experiencing more traffic as the possession and use of recreational marijuana in the state was approved. Arizona Proposition 207 allows this use of marijuana for anyone at least 21 years old. It was passed late last year and already there has been a noticeable change in sales. Steve Cottrell, president of Curaleaf Arizona, said sales at that dispensary, which has several locations, doubled within the first weekend of legal recreational use.
As the CEO of Curaleaf Holdings, Joe Bayern skippers the nation’s largest marijuana multistate operator. And he doesn’t shy away from touting the benefits of “big cannabis.”
New York marijuana regulators on Tuesday sought to make up for delays in the drug’s rollout by approving a chief equity officer and making immediate changes to the medical cannabis program during the inaugural meeting of the state Cannabis Control Board.
While Bernard Noble sat in a Louisiana jail riding out a 13-year sentence for possession of 2.8 grams of marijuana, cannabis legalization and decriminalization swept through the United States.
In this episode, of Responsibly Different Podcast, they dive deep into some of the systemic issues of racism and oppression that have occurred through the War on Drugs.
Boris Jordan, Curaleaf’s executive chairman, joins The Exchange to discuss the future of federal marijuana legislation, the impact of Covid on the cannabis industry and the frustrations with the current state of cannabis regulation in this country.
Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. (CSE: CURA) (OTCQX: CURLF) (“Curaleaf” or the “Company”), a leading international provider of consumer products in cannabis, today reported its financial and operating results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2021. All financial information is provided in U.S. dollars unless otherwise indicated.
Latest cannabis products elevated to the next level with focus on dynamic flavor profiles. The goal for this month's review was to ferret out tasty cannabis treats that possessed dynamic flavor profiles.
Maine's recreational marijuana market continued its eye-popping growth in June, the state has reported. Sales of cannabis for recreational, adult-use topped $6.47 million for the month, up from $5.36 million in May, according to new data from the Maine Office of Marijuana Policy. More than 86,000 purchases took place during June.
Cedric Haynes hosts Green Enterprise, with guests Bernard Noble, Fab 5 Freddy, to discuss cannabis prohibition, Bernard's story, B Noble and more.
Be noble, be educated, and be loud. That’s the general sentiment behind B Noble, Fab 5 Freddy’s line of cannabis with Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. (CSE: CURA) (OTCQX: CURLF)—an entirely new concept in cannabis, as it directly involves former prisoner Bernard Noble, who served seven years out of a 13-year sentence of hard labor in prison for the equivalent of two joints’ worth of cannabis.
Khadijah Tribble is a highly respected expert on equity and inclusion in the cannabis industry and has advised cannabis investors, government regulators, entrepreneurs, and businesses on policy, business development, and community impact.
There are activists, and then there are people who make it their life long mission to better humanity. Khadijah Tribble is both, and has been leading the way in cannabis social equity for years. She is a highly respected expert on equity and inclusion in the cannabis industry, and has advised cannabis investors, government regulators, entrepreneurs, and businesses on policy, business development, and community impact.
Curaleaf has been in business for a decade and has expanded to 23 states and over 100 dispensaries. Bayern says that the company has a responsibility as a leader in the industry to help address social justice issues.
The acquisition will boost Curaleaf's footprint in Colorado with land, as well as a 1,800 plant indoor grow and two shops selling recreational cannabis.
Cannabis giant Curaleaf has announced that it has reached the $1 billion mark in annual sales but as more states legalize, the company expects that number to surge. CEO Joe Bayern joined Cheddar to discuss the success of the industry, saying he attributed much of it to people opting for an alternative over prescription drugs in treating certain conditions. Bayern also discussed expanding the business into Europe stating that its markets, while in their infancy, show promise.
As the cannabis industry continues to grow through the spread of legalization in the United States and other countries, major players are staking their claim in the market. Among the vast range of industry players is the expansive Curaleaf umbrella brand, which has managed to claim a top spot in the world of legal cannabis.
There is still plenty of work to be done to legalize cannabis at the federal level, but if the members of Congress think it is still up for debate in America, they must be high.
Our 420 Gift Guide will help you choose some new products to enjoy for a fun and COVID-safe 420, whether you’re imbibing with your friends over Zoom or legally lighting up a jay in a park (lookin’ at you, New York!). No matter what you’re into—concentrates, edibles, vapes, or good old-fashioned joints—there’s bound to be something in our 420 Gift Guide that will pique your interest!
Curaleaf Chairman Boris Jordan, speaks with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde, Romaine Bostick and Joe Weisenthal on "What'd You Miss?" about the company's acquisition of EMMAC Life Sciences, one of the largest cannabis companies in Europe
As Women’s History Month draws to a close, we’d be remiss in not recognizing some of the cannabis industry’s stars. The women who are shaping the cannabis space come from all backgrounds. They are marketing experts, software gurus, doctors, lawyers, and advocates for social justice. Below are ten women whom we’re glad to have at the helm of our evolving industry.
One of the most recognizable vape brands, Select, announced a new line of fruit-forward vapes called “Select Fresh.” These new vapes have the look and convenience of a disposable, but are rechargeable and eco-friendly, according to the press release. These vapes are easy to use with Select's auto-draw GO hardware that means you just have to inhale to get it started.
Curaleaf, America's biggest cannabis company, celebrated Friday the grand opening of its medical dispensary in Gaithersburg. The store relocated from its previous space at 8355 Snouffer School Rd. to a 3,200-square-foot space at 10011 Stedwick Rd. The Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the occasion.
The company’s December quarterly revenue of $233 million was up 186% from the year-ago quarter. And unlike most well-known Canadian growers, Curaleaf made solid cash profits, reporting $54 million in earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (adjusted for one-time charges).
U.S. publicly traded cannabis companies will soon be able to uplist their shares to major stock exchanges if the U.S. Congress passes marijuana banking reform legislation, according to the head of Curaleaf Holdings Inc. "We're always in discussions with the Canadian exchanges. Something's gonna happen this year for U.S. cannabis players in terms of uplisting," said Curaleaf Executive Chairman Boris Jordan in a phone interview.
People using cannabis for migraine relief can have rebound headaches, similar to overuse headaches experienced by people who use too much migraine pain medication. That’s according to a study released today. The research will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s 73rd annual meeting, which is being held virtually during the week of April 17.
I survived the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, where flying shrapnel ripped my arm and leg open. The medicine I was given to treat my PTSD wasn't working. Cannabis has made me be a better parent to my son.
National Hispanic American Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15 through October 15. Green Market Report wants to celebrate the achievements and contributions of some of the leaders in the cannabis industry who identify as such.
New Yorkers are waiting with bated breath for more concrete parameters within the new recreational marijuana industry after the Senate’s approval this week to appoint two leaders to the entities responsible for licensing and regulating the emerging market.
With more than a dozen cannabis companies reporting earnings last week, what stood out for investors was the most basic concept in business: growth. Almost across the board, big companies reported sales gains approaching 100% or more, despite tough comparisons from a year ago, when consumers stockpiled cannabis because of the pandemic.
Curaleaf Holdings Executive Chairman Boris Jordan talks about cannabis reform and their latest earnings. He says Americans want more marijuana.
Whether you're looking for cannabis flower or something more refined, such as tinctures, edibles or vape cartridges, for medicinal purposes, a newly opened shop here has you covered. Curaleaf, which operates three other medical marijuana dispensaries and one recreational marijuana shop in Maine, opened its fifth location in the state Friday, July 23rd at 913 Post Road in Wells.
...In a statement, Joe Bayern, CEO of Curaleaf, said the Legislature’s approval of consumption lounges “speaks to the increased normalization and acceptance of the industry at large.”
From joints and pipes to blunts and bongs, smoking is the most common way people consume marijuana. While getting high can be a therapeutic and fun recreational experience, you should know that like cigarette smoke, marijuana smoke contains irritating chemicals and tar associated with respiratory problems.
The head of the biggest cannabis company in the United States said a draft bill to legalize cannabis in America is a "game changer" that could spur a rise in valuations for pot firms if it gets passed into law.
Edibles might seem like the ideal replacement for a nightcap (or even prescription medication) for inducing sleep, but it helps to know what you're getting into first. Here's the real deal on ingestible cannabis for sleep.
Curaleaf Holdings Inc., a leading international provider of consumer products in cannabis, announced the opening of Curaleaf Edgewater Park, the company’s second dispensary in New Jersey and 107th dispensary nationwide.
Curaleaf is a cannabis retailer, cultivator and manufacturer. Headquartered in Wakefield, the company started in four northeast states and has now expanded to 23 states across the country. The company also offers mentorships to small business owners like Reginald Stanfield, CEO and Head Horticulturist at JustinCredible Cultivation.
A little-known substance derived from hemp is flying off the shelves of U.S. gas stations and smoke shops, offering users a cheap and convenient high even in states where marijuana isn’t legal. But large cannabis producers are now pushing to clamp down on Delta-8 THC amid worries that a lack of oversight means heavy metals and unexpected intoxicants are cropping up in some of the products.
Boris Jordan, Executive Chairman of Curaleaf, sits down with James E. Ellis, Assistant Managing Editor of Bloomberg Businessweek, at "The Bloomberg Businessweek" to discuss the opportunities and challenges faced by the marijuana industry.
Curaleaf reported earnings that beat estimates. Curaleaf CEO Joseph Bayern joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss.
"The legalization of adult-use is a significant milestone for the cannabis industry as New York has the potential to be one of the most vibrant cannabis markets in the United States," Bayern told Insider in an email.
Adult recreational marijuana use has now been legalized in 19 states and Washington, D.C. With the continuous rise of legalization per state, more people are now incorporating cannabis into their daily lives. Dr. Stacia Woodcock, PharmD, a dispensary manager at Curaleaf, told Brides, "Throughout the pandemic people have increasingly turned to cannabis to relax and alleviate anxiety, and cannabis in any product form has become a popular alternative to alcohol.”
New York this week became the latest state to legalize recreational cannabis, and in doing so, it's poised to become one of the nation's largest markets.
Khadijah Tribble, VP of corporate social responsibility at Curaleaf, leads Rooted in Good (RIG), a program focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I), social equity, and sustainability. She has blazed the trail to reform an industry that has historically failed people of color and underserved communities.
Despite challenges such as rapid regulatory change, shifting public-health demands and economic uncertainty, cannabis retailers say the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic has driven beneficial changes to their business models and motivated regulators to permit new ways of serving customers.
In honor of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day on March 8, 2021, three successful women in the cannabis space share their journey, challenges and advice for working in the industry.
U.S. cannabis company is entering the burgeoning European cannabis market through a deal to acquire Emmac Life Sciences. The $286 million acquisition grants Curaleaf valuable exposure to a growing market. Curaleaf CEO Joe Bayern joined Cheddar to discuss.
Interviews with Executive Chairman Boris Jordan about earnings and the EMMAC acquisition aired
With the passage of legalization, New Jersey’s medical marijuana dispensaries are eagerly eying ways to join the pending legal weed market. Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday signed a massive bill into law that outlines the rules and regulations for a legal marijuana market. But it didn’t immediately flip a switch for legal sales to begin.