Met Museum Accused of Holding More Than 1,000 Antiquities Linked to Traffickers
The Met possesses more than 1,000 works which were likely looted from countries across the globe, according to a new ICIJ investigation.
When Influencers Are Sued for Illegal YouTube Promotions, Who Is to Blame?
Eight YouTube influencers are defendants in a lawsuit for promoting FTX. Does YouTube bear any responsibility?
Upcoming Christie’s Sale Includes a Nepalese Sculpture Tied to Antiquity Looters
A sculpture set to be auctioned by Christie’s this week was previously owned by an art collecting couple connected to numerous looted works and repatriations.
Veterinary Practices are Increasingly Corporately Owned, and Pets Owners Pay the Price
As Americans spend more on their dogs and cats, veterinary practices have become attractive targets for corporations and private equity.
After a Frantic Week, Startup Founders Hope Their Banking Drama Is Over
Following Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse, some of its clients moved money to First Republic—only to find themselves caught up in a bank run again.
Major U.S. Museums Are Fighting to Prevent the Return of an Allegedly Stolen Van Gogh
Museum directors across the U.S. say that returning a 1888 Van Gogh to its alleged original owner would severely curtail international loans and exhibitions.
The Market for Million-Dollar Artwork is Growing Faster Than Ever
As the rich get richer, they’re spending their money on multi-million dollar artwork, according to a new report from Sotheby’s.
Elon Musk Hints at an April 20 Starship Launch, Another Nod at His Love of Weed
Elon Musk hopes the maiden orbital launch of SpaceX’s Starship rocket will happen on April 20, the unofficial marijuana holiday, although it will depend on the FAA’s approval.
‘Moving On’ Review: Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin Captivate In A Black Comedy With Heart
Fonda and Tomlin have forgotten more about comedy than most actors will ever learn, and languishing in their rapport is a luxury.
Mitch and Freada Kapor Want to Help Startup Investors Do Well By Doing Good
Mitch Kapor helped invent the computer spreadsheet. Now he and his wife, Freada Kapor, explain in a new book how to create wealth while investing in socially conscious startups.
‘Top Chef: World All-Stars’ Review: Satisfying, But Missing Some Acid
If you’re looking for inflated egos or bickering, try another reality show. Season 20 assembles winners and runners-up from the U.S. and international franchises, and they know how to serve it up ‘Top Chef’ style.
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.
Review: The Met’s Falstaff Revival Is Fantastically Funny
Equal parts stylish, thought-provoking and raucously funny, Robert Carsen’s revival of Falstaff is proof positive that slapstick becomes high art in the right hands.
Nike ‘Deeply Concerned’ Over Allegations Against Long-Time Collaborator Tom Sachs
Tom Sachs’ partnership with Nike is in peril after former employees for the artist detailed various forms of mistreatment.
For Christine Pedi, the Show Goes On, With New Challenges
Emerging from the pandemic, Christine Pedi discovered her vision had dimmed. But it hasn’t stopped her from taking the stage Off Broadway in ‘The Rewards of Being Frank.’
Broadway Shows Are Scrambling After Signature Bank’s Closure
Half of Broadway productions reportedly banked with Signature Bank, which was seized by the government this week.
Review: Off Broadway Sways to Reggae Beat in ‘The Harder They Come’
Suzan-Lori Parks reshapes the 1972 Jimmy Cliff movie into a jukebox musical, but its outlaw charge has gone missing.
The Top Luxury Hotels in Tokyo
Opt for one of these 5-star hotels for an upscale getaway to Tokyo.
The Fashion Girl’s Guide to Decorating Your Home
Take a look at these stylish decor ideas that are already trendsetter approved.
The Stylish Jean Jackets to Wear This Spring
Is there any topper more iconic than a classic jean jacket?
15 Must-Have Polo Shirts for Men to Shop This Season
Choosing the ideal polo comes down to fit and fabric.
The Ultimate Paris Luxury Hotel Guide
These are the most lavish spots to know for your next trip to the City of Light.
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.
Richard Branson’s Space Dreams Are Struggling to Get Off the Ground
Virgin Orbit is running out of money just two months after it raised $10 million from its parent company, Virgin Group.
Back on the Market: $3.2MM Townhouse Linked to FTX Customer Funds
A multi-million dollar property linked to Sam Bankman-Fried and FTX is back on the market after it was taken down earlier this month.
‘Yellowjackets’ S2 Review: Still Satisfying, Delicious, And Occasionally Nausea-Inducing
The massively-acclaimed and undeniably gripping first season left a lot of expectations to live up to. For the most, this next chapter does, introducing new characters and questions while giving a few answers.
Exiled Chinese Billionaire Guo Wengui Is Charged With $1 Billion Online Conspiracy
The U.S. Department of Justice today charged Guo Wengui, a Chinese billionaire, with orchestrating a massive online conspiracy that defrauded thousands of his social media followers out of $1 billion.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Owns 77 Works Linked to Trafficker Subhash Kapoor
The Met has numerous works in its collection connected to Subhash Kapoor, who is currently serving a 10-year sentence for art trafficking.
Under Pressure, TikTok Reportedly Considers Splitting From ByteDance
TikTok is reportedly considering splitting from ByteDance if its plan to appease U.S. regulators fails. TikTok’s proposal already gives the U.S. government more control over the platform than it has over U.S.-based tech companies.
Amgen and CEO Robert Bradway Sued for Hiding $10.7 Billion Tax Bill from Investors
Biotechnology company Amgen and its CEO Robert Bradway were sued earlier this week for allegedly failing to disclose more than $10 billion in back taxes and penalties owed to the IRS.
Author Regan Penaluna Explains How to Think Like a Woman
In her debut book, Penaluna deftly tells the stories of four 17th and 18th century female philosophers, skillfully weaving their narratives into a rich exploration of her own experiences of patriarchy and sexism in academia.
The Most Delightful Spring Candles to Light This Season
Usher in the new season by revitalizing your home with a delightful fragrance.
Web3 Games Are Huge in Asia, So Why Haven’t They Taken Off in the US?
Web3 gaming hasn’t taken off in the U.S. as it has in Asia. Here’s what needs to happen for it to do so.
‘Rich Dad’ Investor Robert Kiyosaki Predicts Credit Suisse Will Fail After SVB
“Rich Dad” investor Robert Kiyosaki said Credit Suisse is likely to be the next bank to go bankrupt after SVB due to the interest rate-induced decline in the bond market.
Silicon Valley Bank’s Collapse is Rippling Across Museums and Art Institutions
Signature and First Republic banks, both affected by Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse, funded cultural institutions across the U.S.
Meta Shutters NFT Sales but Mark Zuckerberg Pushes on With the Metaverse
Meta’s latest move suggests limited interest in NFTs from its users, but it’s not swaying the company’s metaverse plans.
Silicon Valley Bank’s Meltdown Is Bad, but It’s Not Lehman-Brothers Bad
The collapse of the Silicon Valley Bank has echoes of 2008 and the financial crisis, but there are lots of reasons why the situations are very different.
The Best Luxury Hotels in Denver, Colorado
Here are the best high-end hotels in the Mile High City.
An Auction of Michael Jordan’s ‘Last Dance’ Sneakers Poised to Break Records
Air Jordan 13s worn by Michael Jordan during the 1998 Chicago Bulls season are estimated to sell for $4 million.
Jet Set: The Best Luggage Sets
From vintage-inspired trunk suitcases and softside sets to three-piece rolling bags and hardshell options, here are the best luggage sets we’re loving and coveting right now.
What to Watch on StreamingSee All
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.
What’s Leaving Streaming This March
Cult classic TV like ‘Arrested Development’ meets recent classics like ‘Brokeback Mountain’ on this list.
Where to Stream This Year’s Oscar Nominees, Part 2
Nominated actors, documentaries, and animated features alike are available to stream now.
‘Righteous Thieves’ Review: Stealing Art Back From The Nazis, But Sluggishly Directed
The cast shows no chemistry and an interesting idea—to give back to the world all of the beauty stolen by the Third Reich—goes nowhere.
’65’ Review: A Waste Of Time, And Adam Driver
This contrived, empty-headed dinosaur movie is a gruesome thing to watch.
’65’ Review: Adam Driver Battles Dinosaurs In A Movie That Should Have Been A Game
This workmanlike bit of survival horror — with a heartbroken dad, an orphaned girl, and a journey across a dangerous landscape — unspools like a video game. But not one you’d think should be made into a movie.