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Basquiat Sale Suit Lays Bare Family Strife

The woman who sold "Flesh and Spirit" by Jean-Michel Basquiat at auction last month said it would have fetched more than the $30.7 million that was bid if her father had not tried to block the sale. Read More»

Divorce in the land of the super rich

MONTE CARLO – The little courthouse resembling an ice cream cake perches high atop the Mediterranean just a few hundred yards from the royal palace. It looks like another Instagram-ready shot from the world?s most photogenic principality, a beautiful blur of pastel villas, chic beach clubs and gleaming, million-dollar yachts on a shimmering port. Read More»

Eyeglass heir parties with drugs, hookers on company's dime: lawsuit

The heir to eyeglass chain Cohen's Fashion Optical is a cocaine-snorting party boy who charges the company for drugs, hookers and lavish trips to Vegas and the Dominican Republic, the company's former consultant claims in a new lawsuit. Read More»

Boxer Is Entitled to Purse From Fight in Chechnya, Judge Says

In addition to ordering a German promotional company to pay the remainder of a purse it owed heavyweight Fres Oquendo for a 12-round "surreal" slugfest, the judge blocked the company from promoting any match for his opponent Ruslan Chagaev for 18 months, or until the company schedules a rematch. Read More»

U.S. Court orders Chagaev-Oquendo rematch before proposed Chagaev defense against Browne

Square Ring Promotions and Hitz Boxing announced today that District Court Judge Ronnie Abrams for the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York entered an order in Oquendo vs. Terek Box Event... Read More»