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Tom DiGiovanni's job as chief financial officer for Canndescent involves managing bags of cash by the millions which must be counted, then hauled in armored vehicles. Devan Schwartz for NPR hide caption

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Bags Of Cash, Armed Guards And Wary Banks: The Edgy Life Of A Cannabis Company CFO

Being chief financial officer in a pot business requires lots of workarounds, including hiring heavily armed guards. Few financial firms are willing to service a market that remains federally illegal.

Black Hole Sun Ramin Djawadi
Cruise Lazerhawk
Submarine Bob James
Swingtown Steve Miller Band

Citigroup Chief Executive Officer Michael Corbat (from left), JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon and other top bank executives are sworn in before testifying before the House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How'd You Feel If Your Boss Made $486 For Every Dollar You Make?

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Ricercar Ariel Abramovich
Os Grilos Walter Wanderley
Me & My Dog Boygenius
Recurring Bonobo
Aloft! U.S. Air Force Heritage of America Band
Echoes FM Attack
4011 Liter Henrik Schwarz
Ten-Day Interval Tortoise

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Bags Of Cash, Armed Guards And Wary Banks: The Edgy Life Of A Cannabis Company CFO

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Winter Fields Bat for Lashes
Head Over Heels Tears for Fears
Descent Pye Corner Audio

The ferries Malaspina and LeConte are docked near Juneau at sunrise. Both ships are part of Alaska's state ferry system, which could face steep budget cuts Oct. 1, under a proposal by Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy. Nat Herz/Alaska Public Media hide caption

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In Alaska, Shrinking Oil Revenues May Mean Severe Cutbacks To State Ferry System

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Only Love Can Break Your Heart Saint Etienne
An Ending, A Beginning Dustin O'Halloran

The pronounced curve of this toe bone — the proximal phalanx — from a specimen of Homo luzonensis, an early human found in a Philippine cave, looks more like it came from tree-climbing Australopithecus than from a modern human, scientists say. Callao Cave Archaeology Project hide caption

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Ancient Bones And Teeth Found In A Philippine Cave May Rewrite Human History

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Eminence Front The Who
Glow Tesla Boy

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