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Social CBD, troubled Portland brand, sold to California lifestyle company

A California company has acquired the Social CBD brand from Sentia Wellness, a high-profile Portland business beset by a series of problems after its troubled launch in 2019.

Kadenwood, a privately held company in Southern California, announced last week that it had bought the Social CBD brand to add to its existing line of CBD-based sports creams, pet foods and teas. The companies didn’t announce terms of the deal.

CBD, or cannabidiol, is derived from hemp and doesn’t have the psychoactive ingredient of recreational marijuana. CBD has attracted a following of enthusiasts who believe its properties improve health and well

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Founders of Apparel Company Hikerkind

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“Hot Bod” is a weekly exploration of fitness culture and its adjacent oddities.

Four years ago, two stylists’ assistants, Chelsea Rizzo and Allison Levy, met at a photoshoot for Gucci while heaving around beautiful clothes. They chatted endlessly about fashion, but it took a few times hanging out before they discovered their other mutual love: hiking. The pair began to take trains up to the Catskills and Breakneck Ridge. They bonded over gorgeous summits and some mutual frustrations — how difficult it was to find an outdoorsy community and how challenging

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A Look at Healthcare Apparel and Lifestyle Company FIGS

In this episode of Industry Focus: Wildcard, we break down the recently public FIGS (NYSE:FIGS), a company with a modern, more customer-first approach to the classic scrubs healthcare professionals wear. Listen in for why FIGS’ financials make it look like a software company, and the two big numbers that caught our eye going through the company’s prospectus.

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This video was recorded on June

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Vista Outdoor to acquire hunting-inspired fashion brand, e-bike company

Vista Outdoor is acquiring two companies to expand its already giant repertoire of hunting and sports gear and equipment, the company announced Wednesday. 

Anoka, Minnesota-based Vista Outdoor is acquiring the hunting athletic-wear brand, Venor, which focuses on clothing for women, according to a Wednesday morning announcement. The company will also take ownership of electric bike company QuietKat, which designs and manufactures e-bikes meant for outdoor sports, such as camping, hunting and fishing. 

AMMUNITION SALES FUELED BY MILLENNIALS AND PEOPLE OF COLOR: VISTA OUTDOOR CEO

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