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Aurora Cannabis Provides Key Updates On Business Transformation Plan
Aurora Cannabis Announces Retirement Of Co-Founder And President Steve Dobler
Aurora Cannabis To Acquire Reliva
Aurora Cannabis Inc is a Canada-based medical cannabis company. The Company’s principal strategic business lines are focused on the production, distribution and sale of cannabis in Canada and internationally. The Company is focused on offering its cannabis products to global medical cannabis market, consumer use cannabis market and global hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) markets. The Company offers varieties of cannabis infused products under various brands that includes Aurora, Aurora Drift, San Rafael '71, Daily Special, AltaVie, MedReleaf, CanniMed, Whistler and ROAR Sports. Its products portfolio includes dried cannabis, cannabis oil, soft-gels, oral dissolve strips, edibles, vaporizers and cannabis infused chocolates.
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Aurora Cannabis Inc on Tuesday named Miguel Martin its chief executive officer, tasking the insider to turn around the troubled pot producer, and said it would book up to C$1.8 billion ($1.37 billion) in restructuring charges.
Pot producer Aurora Cannabis Inc said on Tuesday it has appointed Miguel Martin as its chief executive officer, effective immediately.
* AURORA CANNABIS ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT OF TERRY BOOTH FROM BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Aurora Cannabis <ACB.TO> <ACB.N> on Tuesday announced a new round of staff reductions and plans to shut five facilities over the next two quarters, as the COVID-19 pandemic pummels the cash-crunched cannabis industry.
Aurora Cannabis said on Tuesday it will lay off a big part of its workforce and plans to shut five facilities over the next two quarters, as the cash-crunched cannabis industry finds itself scrambling to cut costs amid the coronavirus pandemic.
* AURORA CANNABIS PROVIDES KEY UPDATES ON BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION PLAN
* AURORA CANNABIS ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT OF CO-FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT STEVE DOBLER
* ALCANNA INC. ANNOUNCES $27.6 MILLION SECONDARY BOUGHT DEAL OFFERING BY AURORA CANNABIS INC.
* AURORA CANNABIS TO STRATEGICALLY ENTER THE UNITED STATES WITH ACQUISITION OF RELIVA, LLC A MARKET LEADING MASS RETAIL CBD PLATFORM
Wall Street securities analysts revised their ratings and price targets on several U.S.-listed companies, including Aurora Cannabis, KB Home and US Well Services, on Friday. HIGHLIGHTS * Aurora Cannabis Inc : Piper Sandler raises to neutral from underweight * Farfetch Ltd...
Aurora Cannabis Inc <ACB.TO> <ACB.N> posted a smaller loss compared with the prior quarter as customers in the United States and Canada stockpiled cannabis ahead of lockdowns, sending its U.S.-listed shares up 13% after the bell on Thursday.
* AURORA CANNABIS ANNOUNCES FISCAL THIRD QUARTER 2020 RESULTS & OPERATIONAL RESET UPDATE
Canadian pot producer Aurora Cannabis Inc said on Thursday it sold more kilograms of cannabis for both adult-use as well as to medical marijuana markets, boosting quarterly revenue by 16% from a year earlier.
* AURORA CANNABIS CONFIRMS SHARE CONSOLIDATION EFFECTIVE DATE
Aurora Cannabis Inc's <ACB.TO> <ACB.N> U.S.-listed shares fell nearly 14% in morning trade on Monday after the Canadian pot producer renewed an at-the-market offering under which it can raise as much as $350 million in equity capital.
* AURORA CANNABIS PROVIDES UPDATE ON INITIATIVES TO STRENGTHEN LIQUIDITY, BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION PLAN AND COVID-19 OPERATIONAL RESPONSE
* AURORA CANNABIS ANNOUNCES SHARE SALE BY FOUNDER TERRY BOOTH
* CANNABIS NET REVENUE OF $63.2 MILLION, EXCLUDING PROVISIONS, IN Q2 2020 COMPARED TO $70.8 MILLION IN Q1 2020
Investors are bracing for more job cuts and writedowns at Canadian cannabis producers before the industry stabilizes and becomes profitable, after two of the biggest weed companies, Aurora Cannabis <ACB.TO> and Tilray <TLRY.O> announced cost reductions this week.
U.S.-listed shares of Aurora Cannabis <ACB.TO> slumped nearly 18% on Friday after the pot producer issued a bleak outlook and said it plans to book up to C$1 billion ($751.15 million) in charges, as it struggles with high costs and a slow roll out of retail stores in Canada.
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