Saudi oil giant Aramco – the world’s most profitable company – issued its first public offering in December. The IPO has re-energized debate around whether it’s ethical to invest in oil and natural gas companies.

House lawmakers recently voted to pass the "Lower Drug Costs Now Act," which would enable government officials to set the price of lifesaving medicines. The bill would reduce pharmaceutical companies' revenues by a staggering $1 trillion over the coming decade.

More than 10 million Americans relying on reduced-risk alternatives to deadly tobacco products breathed a sigh of relief when, at 6:30 p.m. on New Years’ Eve, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced it would not proceed with a widely anticipated ban on these life-saving products.

Saudi oil giant Aramco – the world’s most profitable company – issued its first public offering in December. The IPO has re-energized debate around whether it’s ethical to invest in oil and natural gas companies.

House lawmakers recently voted to pass the "Lower Drug Costs Now Act," which would enable government officials to set the price of lifesaving medicines. The bill would reduce pharmaceutical companies' revenues by a staggering $1 trillion over the coming decade.

More than 10 million Americans relying on reduced-risk alternatives to deadly tobacco products breathed a sigh of relief when, at 6:30 p.m. on New Years’ Eve, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced it would not proceed with a widely anticipated ban on these life-saving products.