Will Anyone Bid $60 Million Online for a Painting?

No one has ever gone online to buy a $60 million work of art, but that is precisely what Sotheby’s

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The Pandemic Has Pushed Car Buying Online. It’s Expected to Stick.

When the coronavirus pandemic hit Michigan in early March, managers at LaFontaine Chevrolet quickly pushed to move more of the

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Former Christie’s Star Sees the Future of Art Sales in an App

A former Christie’s rainmaker who left the art world two years ago after masterminding some of the industry’s biggest sales—including

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Hackers Trigger Far-Reaching Disruption by Targeting Low-Profile Firm

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Eventbrite Faces New Accounting Challenges as Coronavirus Clouds Projections of Future Refunds

The coronavirus pandemic is striking a blow to the event-ticketing industry as organizers cancel and postpone concerts and other performances

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Coronavirus Finishes the Retail Reckoning That Amazon Started

Amazon.com hurt many retailers. Coronavirus will finish some of them off. Even as malls and stores begin to reopen, the

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Soaring Prices, Rotting Crops: Coronavirus Triggers Global Food Crisis

The coronavirus pandemic hit the world at a time of plentiful harvests and ample food reserves. Yet a cascade of

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How J. Crew’s Ludlow Suit Changed the Way We Dressed

IN 2008, J. Crew introduced the Ludlow suit, a slim-fitting and affordable piece of tailoring—more palatable than the seriously sucked-in

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WSJ News Exclusive | Online Car Seller Vroom Files Confidentially for IPO

Online used-car seller Vroom Inc. has filed confidentially for an initial public offering it hopes to stage in June, according

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