He later did several television interviews wearing a Martello T-shirt, which replaced his usual Canopy gear. “I’m going to help them out a bit more,” Linton said Wednesday in an interview on BNN Bloomberg TV.
Linton, who mostly worked in the technology sector before founding Canopy in 2013 and building it into the world’s largest pot company, said he’s still passionate about tech and wants to make Martello “really crank.
Bruce Linton did several television interviews on Wednesday wearing a Martello T-shirt, which replaced his usual Canopy gear. Peter J.
Martello Technologies Group Inc. has surged 89 per cent since Wednesday morning, when Canopy announced that Linton had been ousted as co-chief executive officer.
Shareholders of a tiny Canadian tech firm are cheering the departure of Bruce Linton from pot giant Canopy Growth Corp.
Linton shares the chairmanship with Terry Matthews, who has founded or funded dozens of Canadian tech companies including Mitel Networks Corp.