"From my understanding, many retailers (especially in the food/drug/mass channel) remain reluctant to sell CBD items due to the regulatory uncertainty and related confusion, but as these issues are resolved, Canopy should be advantaged by being able to leverage Constellation's distribution and retail relationships," Pytlak said. … [Read more...] about Martha Stewart launches CBD line in crowded market
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Her partnership with Canopy Growth formed after they were introduced through the one and only Snoop Dogg, who is a strong force in the marijuana industry. He's been in partnership with Canopy Growth since 2016 and has worked with Stewart on a number of occasions, including on the VH1 show "Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party." … [Read more...] about Martha Stewart unveils new line of CBD-filled products for people and pets
MEDIA • Martha Stewart’s arm was lost, but then it was found. [Gawker] • NBC, CBS, and PSB will be moderating the three presidential debates between John McCain and Barack Obama. ABC is conspicuously missing from that list. Did it get the shaft because of the poor reaction to the network’s April debate between Obama and Hillary Clinton? [Mixed Media/Portfolio] • Bob Pittman, who paid $2 million for a controlling stake in Daily Candy back in 2003, just cashed out by selling the e-letter to Comcast for about $125 million. That’s a $123 million return on his investment. [NYT] • Activist investor Carl Icahn hired a Reuters reporter to blog for him. [DealBook/NYT] FINANCE NYP]U.S. Treasury has hired Morgan Stanley for $95,000 to advise them on the futures of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae. [NYT, DealBook/NYT]DealBook/NYT] … [Read more...] about If Martha Stewart Had Only One Arm, How Would She Garden and Decoupage?
John is survived by his wife of 40 of years, Augusta (Gussie) Stewart, his children Sarah Bloch of Cambridge, Mass., and London; Jennifer Stewart of San Francisco and John H. Stewart of Kingston, N.Y., and his grandchildren, Sophie Stewart Bloch of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Nicholas Stewart Bloch of Minneapolis, Minn. … [Read more...] about John Stewart, property manager who developing affordable housing, dead at 86
When I moved to Chicago just out of college, I couldn’t get enough of Papa Milano’s Chicken Vesuvio. It was a simple dish of Italian-spiced roasted chicken, potato wedges and green peas, as delicious as it was old-fashioned. The chicken and potatoes were slick with a lemony-white wine sauce, and I loved the almost-burnt ends of the potato wedges. To give this recipe a sheet-pan supper makeover meant no more browning the chicken and potatoes on the stovetop and finishing them in the oven. It would all go into the oven at once, and cook and brown in one pan. … [Read more...] about Busy back-to-school season calls for easy sheet-pan suppers