|Trump Unveils Broad Tax-Cut Plan|
President Trump’s tax proposal calls for deep reductions in business tax rates and major changes to the individual tax system. But the plan faces a narrow path to victory through Congress.
|Trump Drops Nafta Pullout Threat|
The Trump administration said it was no longer considering pulling out of Nafta, following a day of intense lobbying from business leaders and lawmakers who rallied to quash internal White House discussion of the possibility.
|New Glaxo Boss Emma Walmsley Seeks Sharper R&D Edge|
GlaxoSmithKline’s new boss Emma Walmsley plans to narrow the company’s drug research to focus only on the biggest opportunities.
|Nokia Pegs Comeback to New Gadgets|
Nokia is attempting a consumer-electronics comeback. Believing its consumer brand still carries cachet, Nokia is jumping back into the gadgets business.
|United Says Litany of Failures Led to Flight Fiasco|
A new report by United Airlines has concluded that a litany of failures in customer service, training and technology contributed to the forcible removal of a paying passenger earlier this month.
|Economic Gauges Rise Under Trump, but Some Question Their Longevity|
Economic indicators and the stock market climbed even before Donald Trump was inaugurated, boosted by his promises of tax cuts, regulatory relief and infrastructure spending. But with scant progress on those fronts, some question the endurance of the surge.
|Dear Canada: It's Not Personal, It's Just Trade|
The Trump administration’s more hardheaded approach to trade could catalyze a useful re-examination of the assumption that trade must always be tied to broader geopolitical goals, Greg Ip writes.