After a Point-Blank Rejection Letter From the FDA, This Founder Went Back to the Drawing Board
Cindy Whitehead spent years working on a treatment for low sexual desire in women. When the FDA rejected her drug, she disputed the decision with the stories of affected women -- and won.
Get Ready for Digital Pills: FDA Clears Self-Tracking Drug
The drug, which contains a tiny ingestible sensor, is designed for patients with mental illness.
GameStop Sells (Another) Used Game Containing Bag of Meth
GameStop really needs to review its used game checking policy, as this is the second time meth has been discovered inside a game case.
The Real Risk of Entrepreneurial Strengths Becoming Addictive Weaknesses
The willfulness and comfort with risk that makes an entrepreneur bold in business can morph into recklessness when they enter a casino or a bar.
Amid EpiPen Furor, a CEO Shows How Not to Swim Against the Tide
Mylan's crisis response to high EpiPen prices is focused on an important goal: changing the national conversation on health pricing.
6 Traits Costa Rican Drug Dealers and Successful Entrepreneurs Have in Common
Maybe it's time to get serious about wearing a fanny pack.
Court Orders Gilead to Pay Merck $200 Million for Hepatitis C Drug Patent Infringment
Merck had originally asked for $2 billion.
The FDA Wants to Find Out if Cartoon Drug Ads Are Bad for Consumers
The agency will look into whether the ads obscure important safety and side effect information.
Pfizer to Buy Botox Maker Allergan in Massive $160 Billion Deal
The acquisition will create the world's largest drugmaker.