Molson Coors beats on Q2, Facebook suspends suspicious accounts, Berkshire gives out a massive loan

Here’s a look at some of the companies the Yahoo Finance team will be watching for you today.

Molson Coors (TAP) just reported a big beat on Q2 earnings. It also unveiled a new partnership to bring cannabis-infused beverages to Canada. The drinks will be non-alcoholic, and will likely be available sometime next year.

We’re keeping a close eye on Facebook’s (FB) stock this morning after the company says it banned dozens of accounts for carrying out a quote “inauthentic” political influence campaign. Facebook won’t say who they suspect was behind it the fake accounts, but says those involved went to great lengths to obscure their identities.

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-B) is making a big bet on Sears. Berkshire is loaning up to $2B to real-estate trust Seritage Growth Properties, which was spun off to manage some former Sears properties. Seritage says it’s using the money to pay off loans. Buffett personally owns nearly 6% of that trust.

Chipotle (CMG) is looking to rebound today after a debacle, over free guac. Many customers were left empty-handed unable to access the promotion online on in the store’s app. So Chipotle has extended the free guac deal to today. It’s also still grappling with growing reports of illnesses at its restaurant in Powell, Ohio.