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Five Things To Watch in Cannabis In 2020

Vaping crackdown, more states coming to market, and the SAFE Banking Act

77,000 People Buy Adult-Use Cannabis On First Day Of Illinois Sales

That translates into about $3.2 million worth of weed sold in just one day -- sales ended up reaching $20 million within two weeks.

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Cryptocurrency and peer-to-peer lending are helping upend norms in consumer finance.

Uber Experiment Lets California Drivers Set Their Own Fares

The bidding system allows them to increase fares up to five times the price set by Uber

20 Skills to Learn Now and Hit the Ground Running in 2020

If you want to make a change in your professional life, take advantage of the time off this holiday season by learning a new skill.

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