The quarrel between content creators and broadcasting platforms doesn’t just exist online; it also includes traditional AM/FM radio stations.
The House Armed Services Committee approved legislation last week that would require the Pentagon to deploy new weapons in two years to counter Russia's violation of the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty.
Merck & Co. raised its earnings guidance for the year on Tuesday, despite the negative impact of the stronger dollar, as its first-quarter results declined less than expected.
Eager to build on the U.S.-Japan alliance, President Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will work to strengthen economic ties while confronting stiff resistance from Obama's own political party to a massive new Pacific Rim trade deal.
Deutsche Bank's co-chief executive Juergen Fitschen went on trial on Tuesday, accused of giving misleading evidence in connection with the collapse in 2002 of the Kirch media empire in a case that could prove a major distraction at a time when the bank is undergoing a strategic overhaul.
United Parcel Service Inc.'s stock climbed 1.6% in light premarket trade Tuesday, after the package-delivery giant beat first-quarter profit expectations, although sales came up short.
Current statistics on autism spectrum disorder (ASD) show that boys are nearly five times more likely than girls to have autism. Now a new study proves that in addition to being diagnosed less, girls are also diagnosed at a later age than boys.
The package-delivery giant on Tuesday reported a higher quarterly net profit, which rose thanks to price increases and productivity improvements, and said profitability improved across all of its business segments in the first quarter.
Coach Inc, the maker of Poppy handbags, reported a 15.5 percent decline in quarterly revenue as sales in North America, its biggest market, fell for the seventh straight quarter.
When a child has a medical emergency, the first instinct is to rush to the nearest hospital ER. But, many emergency rooms are ill-equipped to treat infants and children and they are staffed with doctors and nurses who may not be trained in the specifics of pediatric care.
Medical products and technology company Boston Scientific Corp. reported on Tuesday a first-quarter loss of $1 million, or breakeven on a per-share basis, compared with a profit of $133 million, or 10 cents a share, in the year-earlier period.
Filming teens while they drive and blocking cell phone signals inside their cars may both help reduce distractions that lead to crashes, a small study suggests.
Merck & Co. shares rose 4.5% in premarket trade Tuesday, after the drugs company reported better-than-expected first-quarter earnings and narrowed and raised its full-year outlook.
Pfizer revealed a 4% drop in quarterly revenue, hurt by a stronger U.S. dollar. The pharma giant's net profit rose to $2.38 billion from $2.33 billion a year earlier, while revenue fell to $10.85 billion.
Cellphones are one of the most common distractions for caregivers to overcome while supervising children at playgrounds, new research finds.
Five billion people worldwide do not have access to safe surgery and anesthesia, more than double previous estimates, resulting in more deaths than malaria, AIDS and tuberculosis combined, the Lancet Commission on Global Surgery said.
Initial tests have found probable avian influenza outbreaks at five new commercial poultry sites in Iowa, affecting more than 6 million birds, the state's agriculture department and the U.S. Department of Agriculture said on Monday.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is confident Athens will reach a deal with its international lenders by no later than next week, in time to meet a 750 million euros ($820 million) IMF loan repayment due on May 12.