|Navarro's Nucor Ties Highlight Trump Advisers' Steel-Industry Connections|
The White House economic adviser’s connection to the company highlights the Trump administration’s close ties to the steel industry that tariffs now stand to benefit.
|Second Nike Exec Leaves in Wake of Workplace Complaints|
A second veteran executive is leaving Nike Inc. in the wake of internal complaints about inappropriate workplace behavior at the sneaker and sportswear giant, according to people familiar with the matter.
|Qualcomm Ousts Paul Jacobs From Board as He Chases Long-Shot Bid for Chip Giant|
Qualcomm took the extraordinary step of removing former Chairman and Chief Executive Paul Jacobs from its board after he broached a long-shot bid for the chip-making giant.
|Saudi Sovereign-Wealth Fund Moves to Buy Stake in Talent Agency|
Saudi Arabia’s sovereign-wealth fund is moving to buy a stake in Endeavor, the world’s largest talent agency, Saudi officials said, as the kingdom builds an entertainment industry with a once-unthinkable partner: Hollywood.
|Facebook Suspends Data Firm That Helped Trump Campaign|
The social-media giant said it been given information that Cambridge Analytica, along with two individuals who don’t work there, improperly kept Facebook user data for years despite telling the company that it had destroyed those records.
|U.S. Consumer Confidence Hits 14-Year High|
U.S. consumers’ confidence reached a 14-year high this month, as lower-income households reported feeling more optimistic about the economy.
|In Targeting China, Trump Could Hit a Big U.S. Export|
The White House is considering limiting visas to Chinese students as part of measures targeting Beijing over its trade practices. That could hit one sector where the U.S. runs a big trade surplus: higher education.
|Housing Starts Tumble|
U.S. housing starts declined in February, returning to a long-term trend of modest improvement in single-family construction and a slowdown in apartment building.
|World's Largest Economies Can't Agree on How to Tax Digital Companies|
The U.S., Europe and other countries are split on how to tax digital businesses, threatening a rush to impose unilateral charges at a time of rising tensions between the major economies.
|LinkedIn's $27 Billion Challenge: Get People to Use It More|
LinkedIn, which Microsoft bought for $27 billion in 2016, is rolling out features meant to get users visiting more, as the professional social network prepares to infuse user data into Microsoft’s other productivity tools.