Aurora Cannabis Inc.

-$0.35 (-5.2%)
Closing price November 29, 2021
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Canadian cannabis grower and products maker Aurora Cannabis posted a much larger-than-expected full-year net loss after markets closed Tuesday.
Canada-based medical and recreational marijuana company Aurora Cannabis announced Monday that it has a new CEO and will take a substantial write-down on goodwill and other intangible assets.
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