Defending, if not praising, socialist and communist regimes has been a life-long Sanders practice.
By reintroducing his rebate rule, President Trump could lower drug prices by excluding the middlemen who gobble up much of the current price-discount savings.
U.S. emissions reductions rarely make headlines. But that doesn't change the fact that natural gas is helping clean up our environment.
Only immediate attention from the White House can prevent WIPO from becoming dominated by China, which would pose risks to the entire global IP system, and thus to U.S. security and innovation.
Most presidential candidates call for change. Sanders is much bolder; he’s calling for a “revolution.”
Being a disrupter could be either positive or negative, depending on whether and how a voter thinks the country needs disrupting.
Advertising is a way companies convey important information to consumers about products that may help them. The return on investment isn't just to drug companies, it's to people who act on that important medical information.
To stay in business, car manufacturers have to please consumers—not the government. And consumers still want gas-powered cars.
It was only a matter of time before both businesses and individuals began voting with their feet. And that time has apparently come.
America has become the world’s leading energy producer. That fact has improved both our lives and our economy. Investing in the companies that make prosperity and national security possible isn’t just ethical, it’s commendable.