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House GOP Tax Plan Sticks With Big Corporate Cuts A1

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act would permanently chop the corporate tax rate from 35% to 20%, compress the number of individual income tax brackets, and repeal the taxes paid by large estates starting in 2024, according to a detailed summary of the plan reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. The plan would seek the biggest transformation of the U.S. tax code in more than 30 years.

U.S.

Trump’s Nafta Withdrawal Threat Casts Pall Over Business Plans A2

While many view President Trump’s threat to withdraw from the North American Free Trade Agreement as a negotiating tactic, some businesses with cross-border operations are preparing for the possibility.

World

Bank of England Raises Interest Rates for First Time in a Decade A8

The Bank of England raised its benchmark interest rate for the first time in a decade, a telegraphed move that represents the latest step by the world’s major central banks to withdraw crisis-era stimulus.

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Ernst & Young Move U.S. Headquarters to Manhattan’s Far West Side A9A

Ernst & Young LLP said it plans to move its U.S. headquarters from 5 Times Square to One Manhattan West, where it has signed a lease to take 600,000 square feet on 17 floors.

Life & Arts

‘Rebecka Martinsson’ Review: A Lawyer Hunts for Justice A10

When her friend is murdered, a young attorney turns detective to search for the killer.

Opinion

A Tale of Two Republicans A13

Ed Gillespie takes a far more constructive approach to Trump than Jeff Flake does.

Business & Finance

iPhone Demand Charges Apple’s Results B1

Apple delivered its best quarterly growth in two years with strong sales in all of its key products and a rebound in the critical China market as it prepares to start shipping its most important new iPhone model in a decade.

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Ski Homes With Walls of Glass, Thanks to New Technology M1

Engineering advances have made glassy, contemporary architecture possible, if pricey, even in blustery ski destinations.

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