Artnet Benefits: Investors Look to Wrest Control of the German Company

'Why do you have to hire 130 people in Manhattan to put in data into a database?' Rüdiger Weng, another shareholder said. 'You do that in India or somewhere else in the world.'

On Monday afternoon, the Artnet magazine Twitter feed was unusually somber. For years, the feed has been a reliable, go-to source for breaking news stories with actual relevance (not always a given in art journalism), but on that day the final post featured an Instagram photo of Lower Manhattan. “Goodbye beautiful Woolworth Building views,” Read More