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In Today's Paper - February 02, 2018

Today's Paper US

Page One

Tech Giants Power to New Heights A1

Apple Inc., Alphabet Inc. and Inc. reported record quarterly financial results on Thursday as they extended their dominance over swaths of the global economy.


U.S. Worker Productivity Slipped in Final Months of 2017 A2

U.S. worker productivity stumbled at the end of 2017 after solid gains earlier in the year.


Polish Holocaust Bill Raises Concerns Over Free Speech, Anti-Semitism A7

Poland’s parliament passed a bill imposing jail sentences for accusing the Polish population of collaborating in the Holocaust or other war crimes, sparking concerns from Israeli and U.S. leaders.


Greater New York

Mayor Bill de Blasio Unveils $88.67 Billion Budget Proposal A9A

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio laid out an $88.67 billion budget proposal, increasing spending amid uncertainty about how sweeping changes to the U.S. tax code could impact the city’s economy.

Life & Arts

Art Market Gains Speed A10

Christie’s sold $6.6 billion in art last year, up 21% from 2016, a sign that the art market is benefiting from new collectors and gains in the stock market.


Memo Reading for Nonpartisans A13

Ignore the spin. When the document goes public, here’s what to look for.

Business & Finance

Airbnb Financial Chief Laurence Tosi Will Step Down, and No IPO Expected This Year B1

Airbnb Inc. said CFO Laurence Tosi is stepping down, an unexpected move that raises questions about its progress toward a highly anticipated initial public offering, which the home-sharing company said won’t come until 2019 at the earliest.


Estate Sales Are Cool Again M1

A new generation of collectors is scouring the homes of deceased celebrities and business titans in search of relics from a bygone time.




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