Astronaut Doug Hurley Joins Busch Light’s Tongue-in-Cheek ‘Anti-Space’ Campaign
The retired NASA astronaut is the face of the brand’s marketing campaign about why it’s better to stay on Earth drinking beer instead of going to space.
CEO James Dolan Bets on Long-Term Value, Splits MSG Entertainment
Fifty percent of public company spin-offs have failed to create new shareholder value after two years, according to Harvard Business Review.
Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit Shutters Satellite Launch Business For Good
The cash-strapped satellite launch startup will cease operations after a last-minute effort to raise money fell through.
Shou Zi Chew Recruits Top Consultants in Fight to Keep TikTok in the U.S.
The TikTok CEO enlisted advisors from Disney and Obama’s presidential campaigns in response to legislators’ attempts to ban the app.
Will Larry Gagosian Expand Nan Goldin’s Work Profile and Value?
New artists on Gagosian’s roster have previously seen a rise in value for their works after joining the blue-chip gallery.
TikTok Sister App Lemon8 Is Attracting Creators Despite Its Uncertain Future
Lemon8, another ByteDance product, is appealing to some creators, even as U.S. tensions with TikTok worsen. Could creators have another platform threatened to be taken away?
Two-Thirds of Jobs Are at Risk: Goldman Sachs A.I. Study
Of affected positions where humans are still needed, as much as half of their workload could be computerized.
SEC’s Gary Gensler Is Ready to Fight the ‘Wild West’ of Crypto Markets
Gensler, who worked as an investment banker at Goldman Sachs for 18 years before entering public service, is ready to tackle bad actors in cryptocurrency.
What to Watch on Streaming This Week: March 31-April 6
From Season 2 of ‘Schmigadoon!’ to ‘Murder Mystery 2’, this week has plenty for you to tune into.
‘Resident Evil 4 Remake’: A Classic Game Is Updated For Next-Gen Consoles
The 2005 horror survival game is back with fresh graphics, and it’s as panic-inducing as ever.
Investor Pressure Is Stunting Disney CEO Bob Iger’s Metaverse Ambitions
Bob Iger is a big proponent of the metaverse, but Disney’s investors are more interested in cutting non-essential businesses. Disney’s metaverse team was reportedly laid off.
Power ListsSee All
PR Power List Honor Roll 2023
Excellence in PR sometimes takes the form of a firm dedicated to a particular sector. Here is the 2023 PR Power List Honor Roll, recognizing specialist firms.
PR Power Rising Stars 2023
The PR business is constantly recruiting new talent, and the nature of media is that the best of the younger staff end up informing and reforming their firms. Here are this year’s rising stars.
The PR Power List 2023
2022 was yet another year of waiting for a “return to normal” that never entirely arrived. But the best agencies are the ones that can ride out change and take advantage of even adverse times. Here are the 25 best PR agencies in the United States right now.
Strauss Sopranos Soar at Carnegie Hall and the Met
Following the ASO’s single-evening concert presentation of Daphne, The Metropolitan Opera opened its run of Der Rosenkavalier. Both beguiled.
‘Digital Basel’ Allegedly Violated Intellectual Property of Thousands of Artists
Art Basel has issued a cease-and-desist letter against an online NFT platform which claimed to be associated with the international art fair.
Robert Horn On Growing a Broadway Musical, ‘Shucked,’ From the Ground Up
The playwright explains how the new musical ‘Shucked’ started as a spoof of ‘Hee-Haw’ and blossomed into a corn-fed ‘Brigadoon.’
10-Carat Pink Diamond to Fetch Record-Breaking $35M at Sotheby’s
The stone is the most valuable “purplish pink” diamond to ever appear at auction.
Asia Week Auction Recap: A ‘Great Wave’ Bidding War and More
Asia Week New York’s 2023 auction calendar commenced with viewings at Bonhams, Christie’s, Heritage Auctions, iGavel and Sotheby’s on March 16th, followed by a week of exceptional live and online auctions across houses.
The Chic Maxi Dresses That Make Transitional Fashion a Breeze
‘Tis the season of the long, flowy dress.
The Stylish White Dresses That Are Perfect for Graduation
These are the fashionable and fun takes on the traditional look.
The Most Elegant Luxury Hotels in Mexico City
These are the most best spots to know for your next trip to Mexico City.
The Platform Sandals to Elevate Your Spring Style
What better way to usher in the new season than with a chic new pair of shoes?
Everything You Need to Pull Off the Coastal Cowgirl Aesthetic
Yes, cowboy hats and boots are included. Yeehaw!
Elon Musk Dethrones Barack Obama As Twitter’s Top Influencer
Musk has surpassed former President Obama as the most followed person on Twitter, with more than 133 million followers as of March 30.
The AI Revolution Is Upon Us, Whether or Not Copyright Laws Are Ready
AI technology is opening up new creative horizons for artists and musicians. It’s also creating headaches for US intellectual property lawyers.
YouTube CEO Neal Mohan Doesn’t Think About TikTok
YouTube CEO Neal Mohan’s interview during the Axios Summit was marked by careful responses that gave virtually no new information about the company.
Former UBS CEO Sergio Ermotti Returns to Lead Credit Suisse Takeover
“We felt we had a better horse” in Ermotti, UBS Chairman Colm Kelleher said during a press conference today.
Banks Lost in the Stock Market This Month, Tech Companies Gained
Tech stocks earned a much needed boost this month from the chaos that overtook the U.S. banking industry. Tech stocks have become the newest “safety trade,” according to analysts.
Elon Musk, Steve Wozniak Worry ‘Unelected Tech Leaders’ Hold Too Much Power
An open letter signed by more than 1,000 tech leaders urges A.I. labs to pause training algorithms more advanced than OpenAI’s GPT-4.
The Fashionable and Functional Leather Totes to Carry All Your Essentials
It’s time to upgrade your most-used everyday accessory.
Apple’s Diversity Efforts Targeted as the Right Steals the Left’s Activist Playbook
After years of facing left-leaning shareholder activists, Apple is now the target of anti-ESG proposals from the right.
The SEC Charges New York City Law Firm in $8.4 Million Ponzi Scheme
The SEC is charging a New York City law firm for allegedly aiding a Ponzi scheme which saw investors lose more than $8 million.
Chinese Tech Giant Alibaba Breaks Up As Founder Jack Ma Returns to China
Jack Ma’s return to China sparks hopes for an easier regulatory environment for the country’s tech companies.
Gucci Ventures Further into the Metaverse With a Yuga Labs Collaboration
Luxury fashion house Gucci is teaming up with Yuga Labs, the company behind the Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT collection.
Jet Set: The Best Travel Blazers
From classic black blazers and oversized linen jackets to slim-fit tailored numbers and cozy sweater-style silhouettes, here are the best travel blazers we’re loving and coveting right now.
The Top Luxury Hotels in Barcelona
Absorb the rich history and artistic design that Barcelona has to offer while staying at one of these lavish five-star hotels.
‘Air’ Review: Ben Affleck’s Overeager Love Song to Nike Succeeds More Than It Doesn’t
Matt Damon and Viola Davis fight through the empty calories of a non-stop ’80s soundtrack — and the absence of Michael Jordan from a story that has him at its center — in this tale of feel-good capitalism.
The Best Burl Wood Pieces for the Home
Beautiful burl wood pieces have never been more accessible.
Elon Musk Says Twitter Has Lost Half Its Value Since He Paid $44 Billion For It
Twitter turns out to be a terrible investment for Elon Musk, losing more than half of its value in just five months.
Pinterest CEO Bill Ready Impresses Investors with New Advertising Strategy
Investment firm UBS said Pinterest CEO Bill Ready is leading the company’s ad strategy in a positive direction.
Tim Cook Touts Apple’s ‘Symbiotic’ Relationship With China Even as Tensions Rise
Tim Cook gave a glowing speech about China’s innovation but skirted discussion about Apple pulling some of its manufacturing from the country.
What to Watch on StreamingSee All
What to Watch on Streaming This Week: March 24-30
Blockbusters like ‘Nope’ and smash hits like ‘Succession’ make up just some of the exciting titles gracing streaming platforms this week.
What to Watch on Streaming This Week: March 17-23
An animated Elvis, an apocalyptic high school reunion, and a true-crime drama make up some of this week’s most exciting new titles.
What to Watch on Streaming This Week: March 10-16
From comedies to thrillers, period pieces to sports movies, there’s plenty of variety in what to stream this week.
‘John Wick: Chapter 4’ Review: Bloody, Beautiful, Bulletproof
The Bond comparisons come easy, only it’s a combination of the grittiness of Daniel Craig’s Bond and the utter nonsense of Roger Moore’s.
Review: Bad Cinderella’s Glass Slipper? More Like a Moldy Croc
A book by Emerald Fennell (who wrote and directed ‘Promising Young Woman’) and music by Andrew Lloyd Webber must have screamed cross-generational synergy on paper. But it’s TikTok meets grandfather clock.
‘A Good Person’ Review: Florence Pugh’s Portrayal of An Addict Is Raw and Empathetic
The feeling of this Zach Braff-directed movie is realistic and sometimes shattering, and even when the plot tips toward the overdramatic, Florence Pugh proves herself one of Hollywood’s best actresses.