Outside the Box: Uber’s housecleaning needs to go beyond the C-suite to actually work

Companies need to root out a bad leader’s followers among the rank and file. Otherwise, a moral meltdown is likely to happen again. [More]

Deep Dive: This tech fund manager has stellar returns — and says the sector’s valuations are fine

Rahul Narang of Columbia Threadneedle Investments shares his investing philosophy. [More]

In One Chart: How big is bitcoin, really? This chart puts it all in perspective

Bitcoin burst into our financial consciousness like a fiery comet, setting the internet ablaze with visions of upending the existing global money system. Yet, by its nature as a cybercurrency, whose legitimacy only exists in the ether, its credibility leaves much room for debate. [More]

The Wall Street Journal: Kushner talks ‘next steps’ to Middle East peace with Netanyahu, Abbas

President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior White House adviser, Jared Kushner, met Wednesday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his senior advisers to try to advance U.S. efforts to reach an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal. [More]

MarketWatch First Take: Oracle leaps to record as cloud transition hits turning point

Oracle posts earnings and revenue growth for fiscal year after two straight years of shrinkage, indicating that the transition to cloud-software delivery has reached a new level. [More]

The New York Post: Trump basks in GOP wins, bashes Democrats at Iowa rally

President Donald Trump took a victory lap in Iowa on Wednesday night — boasting that Republicans were “5-0 in special elections” — after notching wins in South Carolina and Georgia. [More]

Asia Markets: Metals help Australian stocks rebound; other Asian markets calm

Australian shares, with a lift from rebounding metals, outperformed other Asian-Pacific equities after U.S. stocks were little changed. [More]

Why a law to help nurses and firefighters pay back student loans is backfiring

Consumer watchdog accuses student loan companies of preventing public servants from accessing loan forgiveness [More]

Futures Movers: Oil steady, but jump in U.S. supplies keeps traders on edge

What spooked traders and analysts was the rising production from the U.S. despite falling prices. [More]

Market Extra: Stock-market bulls are ‘playing with fire,’ says financial blogger

Are Wall Street optimists pyromaniacs? At least one financial blogger thinks the bulls are engaged in a dangerous game that could get them scorched, as U.S. stock markets continue to flirt with all-time highs. [More]