Verizon created Oath as a subsidiary to house AOL and Yahoo, but former Yahoo CFO Ken Goldman says the better strategy is for the telecom giant to spin off 20 percent of AOL and Yahoo, while retaining an 80 percent stake.
Even more of a crisis than the chilling number of people suffering from anxiety — 40 million in the U.S. — is the number of people who are addicted to the drugs that treat it, along with the rising number of people dying from overdoses.
Medicare fraud is a huge problem that costs the government as much as $60 billion a year, and abuse of federal health care spending is rising in hospice care, according to a report from the Department of Health and Human Services.
A costly threat to your humble abode is right under your nose: Your plumbing. Here's how to safeguard it.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has one big weakness in his master plan to dominate the world stage: an aging oil economy that lacks innovation and globally competitive sectors.
The Trump administration shocked the World Health Organization by mixing politics with breastfeeding, but there is no debate. Baby formula cannot match the health benefits of mother's milk.
Younger Americans are more open to the idea of creating a federal agency to oversee robotics than older Americans. The threat of job losses and superintelligence in their lifetime provide reasons to be wary.
New college grads are taking on a new challenge: stretching that first paycheck. Here's how to get your finances on the right path.
The tragic suicide of fashion designer Kate Spade highlights a medical mystery in the mental illness field: the role gender plays in women suffering from depression and bipolar disorder.