On Friday and Saturday, thousands of artifacts will be up for sale at Urban Archaeology’s office in New York City, with items from revered names like Edgar Brandt, Samuel Yellin and Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann.
Baseball, commonly referred to as “America’s national pastime,” is taking a step into the future with a brand new machine, HitTrax. The game’s first and only virtual simulator is redefining the way baseball players are evaluated by combining analytics and real-time feedback.
This week, AXIM unveiled a cannabinoid-based oral care line of toothpaste, mouthwash and dentifrice using its distinctive technique.
A report by Sports Illustrated estimated 78% of NFL players are bankrupt or facing financial stress within two years of leaving the league careers.
The most expensive hotel penthouse suite in North America sits on the 52nd floor of the Four Seasons in New York. At a staggering 800 feet above Manhattan, the 4,300-square-foot Ty Warner Penthouse could be all yours for a non-negotiable price of $45,000 per night.
Pro-football player- turned-restaurateur Crawford Ker said he used lessons he learned on the gridiron to build his business.
A collection of 265 iconic guitars are up for auction in New York City.
Christie’s is making a big bet on its private sales business, dedicating a new 11,000 square foot gallery at its landmark Rockefeller Center location in New York City to art available for private sale.
Detroit success story Shinola, known for its high-end watches and leather goods, is expanding its bicycle line with its first single-speed model: the Detroit Arrow.
iMakr is helping take the multi-billion dollar industry mainstream by opening up shop in London, NYC.