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Joan Rivers' treatment may be an example of what is known as "V.I.P. Syndrome," in which famous patients get special treatment, The NYT reports.
The four institutions will now have until December to submit formal, in-depth proposals detailing their vision for the library.
Isabella Rose Taylor is 13-years old and has already debuted her first New York Fashion Week runway show, and currently has designs at Nordstrom. Fashion designer Taylor explains how she plans to take advantage of social media.
Contemporary artist Domingo Zapata, and Scott Gerber, Gerber Group CEO, discuss the launch of "Studio" at the W New York Union Square hotel. Zapata used the lounge as his personal canvas to paint his interpretation of "Alice in Wonderland."
At Mad Fresh Bistro in Fort Myers, Florida, chef and owner Xavier Duclos wants customers to try his creations without Ketchup, NBC News reports.
As the Korean wave continues, lucrative foreign investments from France to China could spark the next rush for the country's pop culture.
A look at the annual tomato battle in Bunol, Spain, with CNBC's Sue Herrera.
Thursday Amazon launches its third wave of original pilots: three half-hour comedies and two hour-long dramas with big names attached.
After two consecutive years of sub-5 percent growth, India's economy looks to have snapped out of its funk in the April-June quarter.
A widely watched lawsuit between a billionaire and top art tycoon has expanded to include one of the most secretive and powerful families in the art world.
Billionaire Ronald Perelman and art dealer Larry Gagosian continue to battle in the art world. CNBC's Robert Frank reports Cy Twombly's piece is at the center of the fight.
Bridget Firtle worked for a hedge fund on Long Island before leaving for a career in cocktails.
A rare copy of Action Comics #1 in near perfect condition, sold for $3.2 million on eBay Sunday, making it the most expensive comic in the world.
The U.S. Copyright Office weighed in on the question of a monkey's selfie in its latest regulatory update, NBC reports.
Medium is preparing its next foray into Web publishing: A digital magazine dedicated to stories about music, Re/code reports.
The NFL has asked potential halftime show performers to pay to play, receiving less than enthused responses.
For one month every year, Singapore takes a hiatus from its squeaky clean reputation to feed the hungry ghosts during the annual Chinese festival.
Billionaire Ron Perelman is suing gallery owner Larry Gagosian over an April 2011 agreement to sell a piece of artwork.
Motorola has scheduled a Sept. 4 launch event for Chicago, where the company is expected to launch its Moto 360 watch.
If you have a collection of old comic books in your basement, it might be time to dig them out.
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