Microsoft may be the largest corporation to jump in the legal marijuana industry after announcing it is joining with a California-based company to sell marijuana sales tracking software.
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A San Francisco-based medical marijuana group is making it simpler and cheaper to get consultations and product from licensed physicians and distributors.
Weed Firm, an app that sets the player up as a grower and distributor of marijuana, has been removed by Apple for unclear reasons. The company behind Weed Firm suggests the app was "too good".
Jamen Shively, a former Microsoft manager, plans on creating the first national brand of commercially available marijuana. On Thursday, he will host a press conference regarding pot trade with Mexico.
Following Washington's legalization of marijuana recently, a former Microsoft manager is taking advantage: Jamen Shivley plans on starting his own marijuana business in the state.