Constellation Brands

Chief executive Bill Newlands' positive tone is a change from comments on Canopy made during its previous quarter, before co-CEO Bruce Linton was ousted from the firm
He might no longer be in charge of the country’s largest cannabis firm, but Bruce Linton made one thing abundantly clear during a humorous and insightful keynote address to a business cro
Mark Zekulin says the company is shifting from “building” mode and hefty investments in infrastructure and expansion to “operating” mode
Losses continue to pile up at Smiths Falls-based Canopy Growth even as the licensed cannabis producer rapidly grows its revenues from legal cannabis sales
Linton said in media interviews Wednesday he expects to focus on roles at Ottawa tech firms Martello, Ruckify following his departure from the cannabis giant
Constellation CEO Bill Newlands, however, said challenges were to be expected, pointing to the slow rollout of recreational pot stores in Ontario, among other headwinds for the pot industry
Canopy Growth Corp. has struck a deal to buy U.S. company Acreage Holdings Inc. for US$3.4 billion, but only if cannabis becomes federally legal in the United States.
Ottawa-area pot producer Canopy Growth Corp. says its shareholders have approved a $5-billion investment in the cannabis company by Constellation Brands Inc.
Alcohol giant Constellation Brands will invest $5 billion in Canopy Growth Corp.
Constellation Brands has signed a deal to acquire a nearly 10 per cent stake in Canopy Growth Corp.