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  • Jordan mansion auction fails to draw reserve bid

    Jordan mansion auction fails to draw reserve bid
    A rescheduled auction Monday of Michael Jordan’s 56,000-square-foot mansion in Highland Park failed to draw a bid that met the reserve price, prompting officials to shelve the undertaking until next year. “We are disappointed that the high...
  • 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...
  • Wexler: "I'm a social worker,' not finance guru

    Broward Commissioner Lois Wexler is leading the charge on reforming the process for bidding inĀ  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...
  • Asking price for Jackie Robinson rookie of the year award cut 95%

    For sports memorabilia collectors looking for a last-minute Christmas gift suggestion, how about a treasured Jackie Robinson artifact? Better yet: It's marked down like an item at a Black Friday sale! The Lelands auction house announced last week that...
  • Lexus, Kia tease coupes headed to Detroit Auto Show

    Lexus, Kia tease coupes headed to Detroit Auto Show
    Lexus and Kia are just the latest automakers to offer a peek behind the curtain for their plans at the Detroit Auto Show in January. Lexus, Toyota’s fancy division, has confirmed what we originally suspected earlier this month: it will use the...
  • Purloined masterpiece [Editorial]

    Purloined masterpiece  [Editorial]
    It's been more than a year since the Baltimore Museum of Art discovered that a small painting by 19th-century French artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir that it had it reported stolen more than 60 years ago was being auctioned in Virginia by a woman who...
  • Researching past sales best way to gauge value on artwork

    Q: My grandfather bought this work by Charles Pont some time ago. It was signed by the artist in 1933 and is still in its original frame. How do I determine present value and how can I sell it? I understand that Depression art is hot now. Is that actually...
  • Nissan's Detroit Auto Show concept will likely tease next Maxima

    Nissan's Detroit Auto Show concept will likely tease next Maxima
    Though it’s not officially naming the car yet, Nissan will use the upcoming Detroit Auto Show to give us a good idea of what the next-generation Maxima will look like. The automaker announced Tuesday it plans to unveil the Sport Sedan Concept, a...
  • Volvo recalling nearly 31,000 S60 sedans for failed low-oil warning

    Volvo recalling nearly 31,000 S60 sedans for failed low-oil warning
    Volvo is recalling nearly 31,000 of its S60 sedans to fix an issue with the oil pressure warning system, according to a federal safety agency. The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration said 30,929 S60 sedans from the 2011 and 2012 model...
  • 54 million self-driving cars will be on the road by 2035, study finds

    54 million self-driving cars will be on the road by 2035, study finds
    Self-driving cars aren’t expected to begin hitting the road until 2020, but a new study predicts that once they’re here, they will quickly become a common sight. By 2035, nearly 54 million autonomous vehicles will be in consumers’...
  • Auto industry has soared since 2010, leading economic recovery

    Auto industry has soared since 2010, leading economic recovery
    The auto industry finished 2013 with more sales, more jobs and big expansion plans, solidifying its key role in the economic recovery. It was the industry’s best year since 2007. The Great Recession drove U.S. auto sales to a low of 10.4 million...