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A Chinese tycoon dished out $61.8 million for a van Gogh masterpiece this week, the highest auction price for a painting by the artist in 16 years.
Wang Zhongjun, founder of Huayi Brothers Media, paid $61.8 million for a painting by Vincent van Gogh, the highest price ever paid for Western art by a Chinese collector.
Tonight at the Museum of the City of New York, the Lulu & Leo Fund is hosting its second annual Fall benefit "The Art of Healing." CNBC's Jim Cramer will be the auctioneer.
New York City's theater industry is embracing mobile technology as a way to offer audiences richer interactive experiences on and off Broadway.
The story comes from Pottermore.com, the online home for the world of Harry Potter, which shared her latest story exclusively with TODAY.com.
The Upper East Side townhouse used in the film "Breakfast at Tiffany's" has gone on sale for $8 million, the Daily Mail reported.
While it might not make a profit next quarter, Amazon is barreling ahead in its quest to dominate people's spending. The NYT reports.
The company will not change the name of its "Hazed and Confused" flavor, despite complaints from anti-hazing activists. The Daily Mail reports.
An art-based lawsuit between two former friends reveal the dirty side of galleries and art collecting, reports the New York Times.
Philip Hoffman, CEO of The Fine Art Fund Group, says the art market is "pretty strong" as the Frieze Art Fair continues and says that about $3 billion of art should be sold in New York in November.
Edward Dolman, chairmand and CEO of Phillips Auction House, says the art auction business is a very exciting place to be right now - particularly in London - as appetite in modern art continues to grow.
Nicola Shaw, CEO of HS1, the owner of London's St. Pancras station, discusses why the company installs a new piece of art every year and the benefits of that.
Talent agency The Wall Group has launched an online publication featuring Hollywood, TV and fashion.
Diamonds, they say, are the products of pressure. And now pressures in the global economy may be pushing diamond prices even higher.
While small stores shutter during protests, Hong Kong's luxury retailers weather the storm, the Financial Times reports.
Henry Hargreaves has found a new way to dispose of your old gadgets and it involves a deep fryer.
Trouble in the streets could disrupt a big series of art and collectible auctions in Hong Kong over the next few weeks.
The snack is nibbling away at how the world eats, drinks and lives, USA Today reports.
Sales of post-war art broke records in the first half of 2014. Katharine Arnold, associate director at Christie's, tells CNBC. She discusses the latest trends in the market.
In Topeka, Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback will designate October as Zombie Preparedness Month Friday, according to KSN.com
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