At the Latin American two-day art sale on Nov.15-16, 2011, creations by renowned Mexican painter Rufino Tamayo and Fernando Botero are said to be the highlights of the event.
For the first time, stem cells taken from patient's own failing heart have been shown to repair the damaged heart and rejuvenate it.
French luxury goods conglomerate, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton S.A. has announced that the company has acquired 100 percent shares of leading Swiss watch dial-maker, ArteCad.
British luxury automobile brand, Rolls Royce, has announced a 30 percent growth in sales, for the year to date, as compared to a similar period in 2010; the company claims to have recorded double digit growth across the world.
Tamara Mellon, Director of the high-end British fashion house Jimmy Choo, has announced, rather suddenly, her decision to step down from her role at a company she helped establish 15 years ago. There was also a second similar announcement by the brand's Chief Executive, Joshua Schulman.
Brazilian aerospace conglomerate, Embraer sees a market demand of 310 jets in the 60-120 passenger jet segment in the Middle-East in the period 2011-2030.
A digital image of the grey Rhine by German artist, Andreas Gursky has been sold to an anonymous bidder for $4.3 million at Christie's New York auction, making it one of the most expensive photograph sold at an auction.
Israel Calls for Stricter Sanctions Against Iran’s Nuclear Program, Claims IAEA Report is Incomplete
Following the release of a recent U.N. report indicating suspicious activities in Iran's nuclear program, Israeli leaders have indicated a more urgent need to impose stricter sanctions against the program.
Emirates Airlines kicked-off the Dubai Air Show on Sunday with a huge order for 50 long-range Boeing 777 valued at $18 billion. This is the single largest commercial airplane order in Boeing's history by dollar value.
British officials have defended the six-week postings of Prince William to Falklands following reported condemnation by Argentina stating that the move is nothing but an act of provocation.
German automobile manufacturer, Audi, has won top honors in the Midsize/Luxury Class category, for its Audi A6, at the 2011 Golden Steering Wheel awards.
Compagnie Financière Richemont S.A., the world's second largest luxury goods holding company, has warned of the impact that global economic problems could have if they hit the industry.
From paintings reflecting New York's social stratification during the Great Depression Era to themes of revolution and class inequity - some of the major artworks by Mexican muralist, Diego Rivera will be presented at MoMA from Nov.13, 2011.
US officials have launched an investigation to scrutinize the safety of lithium-ion batteries used to power electric vehicles after a General Motors Chevrolet Volt caught fire after a routine test.
California-based distributors of medical marijuana have been ordered to shut down operations by Saturday. The move is part of a federal crackdown after weeks of conflict between prosecutors and distributors.
British luxury car manufacturer, Jaguar, has introduced a Jaguar Platinum Access program that will enable new owners to access a range of privileges and huge discounts.
Giorgio Armani, the renowned Italian fashion designer and founder of the eponymously named luxury fashion brand, launched his second hotel in Milan.
Patients suffering from Transient Ischemic Attack, commonly known as mini stroke, have 20 percent lower chances of surviving another nine years following the attack, a new report mentions.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hosted a black-tie reception and dinner, at St. James' Palace in London, for the National Memorial Arboretum (NMA) appeal.
The results of the collaboration between British luxury automobile manufacturer Rolls Royce and photographer Rankin, are to be displayed to the public at the Rankin Gallery in Los Angeles.
A group of four paintings by renowned American Abstract Expressionist Clyfford Still has fetched a total of $114.1 million during Sotheby's Contemporary Art sale in New York.
Boeing Co. has started its work on assembling the 1000th 777 aircraft in Everett, Washington after receiving orders from Dubai-based Emirates Airlines.
The world is heading towards rapidly changing and irreversible climatic changes, and immediate measures should be undertaken to prevent disastrous effects, warns the International Energy Agency.
Owing to the negative publicity by some conservatives, the US Department of Agriculture is re-assessing a 15 percent tax on purchase of Christmas trees.
French authorities have barred a UK gallery from bringing a 17th century disputed painting back across the channel.
British fashion brand, Jaeger is planning for a $19.21 million makeover of the royal uniforms of Kensington Palace's front of house
Soldiers of the Afghan National Army have named a successful offensive against the Taliban as Operation Princess Kate to honor the 29-year-old Duchess of Cambridge.
French luxury group, PPR has confirmed its acquisition of the Italian menswear brand, Brioni, popular for clothing the likes of Russian Prime Minister, Vladimir Putin and also James Bond.
The National Gallery will showcase some of the most important artworks of Italian Renaissance polymath Leonardo da Vinci, starting Nov.9, 2011.
A recombinant poxviral vaccine, PANVAC, under study has shown to produce positive results in patients suffering from ovarian and breast cancer with limited tumour burden and minimal prior chemotherapy, a recent research reveals.