Denver marijuana firm part of 4-way merger of pot companies


Denver cannabis software company Baker Technologies is part of a four-way merger of U.S. pot companies.

Baker said it's merging with Briteside Holdings of Bend, Oregon; Sea Hunter of Boston; and Sante Veritas Holdings Inc. of Canada.

The merged company will be called Tilt Holdings Inc., with Baker CEO Joel Milton assuming the role as president overseeing the technology business.

Tilt said it anticipates 2018 revenue of $70 million and in excess of $200 million next year.

The company said it will…

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