RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Auction Service

A collection of news and information related to Auction Service published by this site and its partners.

Top Auction Service Articles

Displaying items 78-88
  • Buy some good books, do a great deed

    Buy some good books, do a great deed
    Most of us, when we get touched by something we’ve read, reflect on it briefly and then move on, swept along by the tidal pull of our daily lives. Not Luisa Weiss; not this time. Weiss, proprietor of the popular Wednesday Chef blog and author of...
  • Rare Ferrari sets world record with $27.5-million sale

    Rare Ferrari sets world record with $27.5-million sale
    The auctioneer opened the sale at $10 million. The first bid pushed that to $16 million. Minutes later the final gavel fell at $27.5 million for the ultra-rare 1967 Ferrari — a world record. Cheers got louder as the price went up on Saturday night...
  • Honda NSX driven by famed F1 driver Ayrton Senna headed to auction

    Honda NSX driven by famed F1 driver Ayrton Senna headed to auction
    Ayrton Senna fans looking to pick up a piece of the famed Formula One  driver’s history will be able to do so in a big way in February. A 1992 Honda NSX purchased as a gift for the late racer by his manager will be one of hundreds of cars sold...
  • Google agrees to concessions to settle EU antitrust case

    Google Inc. cleared out a key antitrust case, among other battles it faces, by agreeing to terms with European officials over allegations that the Internet giant abused its search-engine dominance to promote its own services over those of competitors....
  • Season Preview event listings | Broward 2013-14

    Oct. 23 at 6 p.m. Season Kick-Off Cocktail Reception Funding Arts Broward (FAB!) FAB! begins its 10th anniversary with a season kickoff cocktail reception, hosted by corporate member Northern Trust, at its Fort Lauderdale office. Free,...
  • Want to be sheriff? Get out your wallet

    Want to be sheriff? Get out your wallet
    Sheriff Scott Israel worked so hard to become Broward County sheriff, he might consider that victory priceless. But if you had to pay for it, it'd be valued at about $1,500 a day, according to a silent auction by the Museum of Discovery and Science....
  • Wexler: "I'm a social worker,' not finance guru

    Broward Commissioner Lois Wexler is leading the charge on reforming the process for bidding in  the county’s tax lien auctions, which have become dominated by big banks and hedge funds, leaving small investors unable to compete. But she’s...
  • Lance Alworth's stolen Super Bowl ring returned 25 years later

    Lance Alworth's stolen Super Bowl ring returned 25 years later
    A stolen Super Bowl ring belonging to NFL Hall of Famer Lance Alworth has been recovered after 25 years, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department said Tuesday. The ring is from Super Bowl VI in which the Dallas Cowboys beat the Miami Dolphins, 24-3, in...
  • Michael Jordan relists mansion at $16M after failed auction

    Michael Jordan relists mansion at $16M after failed auction
    Despite a recent attempted auction of his 56,000-square-foot Highland Park mansion that failed to find a bidder at his minimum reserve price of $13 million, basketball legend Michael Jordan is undeterred, relisting the mansion and 7-acre property on...
  • Titanic violin sells at auction for more than $1.7 million

    Titanic violin sells at auction for more than $1.7 million
    A violin that was played by a musician on the Titanic as the ship sank in 1912 has been sold at auction for more than $1.7 million, more than triple expectations. The instrument sold at a Saturday auction in Britain for £1.1 million, or about $1.78...
  • Commentary: Global warming activism appears 'contrived'

    Re. "Climate-change science is immune to politics," Mailbag, (Sept. 3): Letter writer Jamie Dow claims science has proven man-made global warming and that this conclusion has nothing to do with politics. I believe she is mistaken. Most of the reports...