Terra Tech CEO Derek Peterson said the company is placing its indoor farms in states that have the potential to legalize marijuana, with the hope of switching to the lucrative crop.
One stunt ranch in Texas is attracting companies interested in teaching risk-taking and fear-management to employees.
Zoe's Kitchen, a fast casual Mediterranean restaurant chain priced its shares at $15, but quickly traded over $25. CEO Kevin Miles thinks the healthy menu will win over new fans.
The markets may be down, but that doesn't mean everyone is selling.
Net income dropped by 25% and trading was down for both fixed income and equity, while mortgage banking income and mortgage originations both decreased.
David Williams of Strategic Gold says gold is still at a great price and as investors see the daily selling in momentum stocks at Nasdaq, they are shifting to safety.
Earnings estimates cuts are at an all time high for the first quarter, but that isn't hurting stocks.
Penny stock publisher Peter Leeds finds most pot companies to be very high risk and cautions investors to wait until prices drop.
The utility sector has been one of the best performing sectors since the beginning of the year and a bright spot in a relatively down market, says Mark Newton of Greywolf Equities
La Quinta priced its IPO below the planned range but the stock recovered after its initial trading, after PE firm Blackstone held on to its shares of La Quinta, showing support.