[src NP VP] (.|,) now|today [tgt NP AUX] (5 cases)

wsj_1052 (line 55, ant vp):
In the recent past, bond buyers didn't seek such assurance.
Now, apparently, they do.

wsj_1411 (line 70, ant vped):
The sales job seems to be paying off: When he bought the team, only six of the suites had been sold.
Today, 30 have.

wsj_1615 (line 12, ant vp):
"This is one where I cross party lines," she says, rejecting the anti-abortion stance of Rep. Florio's opponent, Reagan-Republican Rep. James Courter. "People my age thought it wasn't going to be an issue.
Now it has -- especially for people my age."

wsj_1623 (line 3, ant vp):
NOW YOU SEE IT, now you don't.

wsj_1809 (line 52, ant vp):
As that system grows, larger computers may be needed. "In the past, customers had to go to IBM when they outgrew the VAX. Now they don't have to," he says. "That's going to cost IBM revenue."