Kevin Johnson, the CEO of Starbucks, says the company isn't pursuing or thinking about plans around cannabis.
Instacart continues funding spree, raises US$600 Million
The grocery-delivery startup bagged nearly US$1 billion from investors this year.
Producers already eyeing stage two as cannabis legalization nears
Never mind bongs and joints. When Canada legalizes recreational pot this week, some producers will be seeking an early foothold in the market for the kinds of marijuana you don’t smoke.
Tesla rises as Musk's SEC settlement approved by U.S. judge
A judge approved a $40 million settlement by Tesla Inc. and Chief Executive Elon Musk with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, resolving government claims that Musk misled the public with a flurry of tweets about a plan to take the company private.
Bankers are flocking to Canadian cannabis startups
Peter Aceto spent 21 years in banking, building an online lender in Canada for ING Groep NV and Bank of Nova Scotia. The executive, who left Scotiabank’s Tangerine unit 18 months ago, is now blazing a career with other bankers in cannabis.
Bombardier on track to hit business jet delivery targets, meeting expectations
Bombardier Inc. announced Tuesday it is on track to meet its target for business aircraft deliveries for the year, as a lengthening order backlog points to growing demand for long-range planes.
Lululemon founder Chip Wilson was 'torn' about Oprah endorsement
Chip Wilson, the founder of Lululemon, is releasing a tell-all autobiography chronicling his life and the inner workings of the Canadian yogawear company from its inception, straight through to Calvin McDonald being named CEO this past summer.
Morgan Stanley tops rivals with jumps in both trading, deal fees
The bank was the only Wall Street firm so far to beat analyst expectations in three main businesses: fixed income, equities trading and investment banking. The firm’s dealmakers posted a 15 per cent jump in revenue, while its competitors all saw declines.