A Swiss museum has agreed to accept artworks from a long-hidden collection worth more than $1 billion that was discovered in a recluse's apartment.» Read More
Billionaire media mogul Barry Diller wants to build a $170 million, futuristic park and performance space off NYC's West Side.
Lincoln Center is essentially paying Avery Fisher's family $15 million for permission to drop his name from the NY Phil's home. The NYT reports.
A rear door fell off Bono's private plane, a Learjet 60, while the plane was landing in Germany, USA Today reports.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports Christie's will auction Andy Warhol's famous paintings "Triple Elvis" and "Four Marlons" Wednesday night.
Jane Golden, The Mural Arts Program, discusses how the "City of Brotherly Love" plans to make art accessible to its citizens.
Brett Gorvy of Christie's looks ahead to possible total sales volume for its next auction which could shape up being the biggest one yet.
Steve Cohen, whose firm SAC Capital settled criminal insider charges, bought a sculpture at auction last week for $101 million, according to people familiar with the transaction.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports Sotheby's is taking a $20.1 million charge to pay the fees associated with fighting the activist campaign waged by Dan Loeb.
Pink Floyd's latest album has become the most pre-ordered of all time on Amazon U.K., knocking One Direction off of the top spot.
"The Hunger Games" will launch on stage in summer 2016 in a production led by Imagine Nation's Robin de Levita, Lionsgate said.
Plastic soldiers, the Rubik's Cube and bubbles were inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame on Thursday.
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.
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