“Marijuana Country: The Cannabis Boom”

Confronting a landscape of unprecedented business opportunities and unintended consequences, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper tells CNBC, “When you’re doing this for the first time, there’s no template.”

COLORADO: A year after Colorado passed one of the most permissive pot laws in the world, CNBC and correspondent Harry Smith return to the state to chart the rise of a new American industry and report on the results of this unprecedented social experiment.  Smith profiles the most successful marijuana merchant in Denver, who hopes to Read the full article…

O.PenVape: ‘Google of Marijuana’ NOT Publicly Traded

CEO Todd Mitchem told CNBC Open Vape sells its cartridges for as much as $40 a pop and that it receives about 270,000 orders a month. Mitchem also told CNBC, as they toured O.PenVape's offices, that the company grew 1600% in 2013 and he believes it will become "the Google of cannabis."

NEW YORK: Message to pot stock speculators: O.PenVape, the company featured on CNBC in a feature about the marijuana industry, is a private and not publicly traded. So if you are buying shares in a pot stock this morning, it is NOT stock in O.PenVape. On Wednesday evening, CNBC aired an hour-long feature ‘Marijuana in America: Colorado Pot Rush,’ which included interviews with a handful Read the full article…

“Marijuana in America: Colorado Pot Rush”

Governor John Hickenlooper sums up the importance of this groundbreaking law when he tells Smith, “This is going to be one of the great social experiments of the next century...”

The legal cannabis industry continues to garner mainstream media interest. This week, a one-hour documentary, “Marijuana in America: Colorado Pot Rush,” reported by NBC News Correspondent Harry Smith on CNBC,  chronicles Colorado’s journey as the first state in the U.S. to allow the legal sale of marijuana for recreational use and tells the story behind Read the full article…