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Not even bad weather or Zika virus fears can keep the thousands of tourists away from Singapore's F1 Grand Prix night race. CNBC's Dan Murphy reports.
Original puppets from War Horse have sold for £68,000 at a charity auction in London.
Having transformed how we watch TV, online streaming giants like Netflix have begun to put other parts of the entertainment industry to the test.
Organizers Alex Chew and Raj Datwani have big plans after giving Singapore its first taste of the Ultra music festival phenomenon.
Brandon Gien, CEO of Good Design Australia, talks about the use of design-led strategy in transforming urban spaces and products.
Star Trek became famous even as the world was changing, and science fiction changed with it.
The superstar says her new collection was inspired by Japanese street culture.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports the latest on why Sotheby's is facing loan questions.
Liberty Media Corp is nearing a deal to buy a significant stake in the Formula One racing car series, the Financial Times reported on Sunday.
The frizzy-haired actor who played the candy man in 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory' has died.
The String Social violinists Min Lee, Chloe Trevor, Drew Alexander Forde tell CNBC how they gained a large following on Instagram.
France’s controversial move to ban the burkini is making it a must have fashion item
From its first appearance in internet searches 12 years ago to the show “Serial”, podcasting has become a popular form of entertainment.
Would you be brave enough to walk on glass 300 meters above a canyon in China?
London could finally become a 24-hour city with the arrival of its long-awaited round-the-clock London Underground services this weekend.
Music fans woke up to exciting news with the announcements of new work from U.S. rock band Metallica and R&B singer Frank Ocean.
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