November 15, 2021
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A Hot Housing Market. A Failed NFT Auction. One California Home’s Crash From Cutting Edge To Conventional

Shane Dulgeroff had big plans for his four-bedroom, two-bathroom house just outside of Los Angeles. Seeking to cash in on latest crypto craze—NFTs, an acronym for nonfungible tokens—he listed the home for auction earlier this month by attaching it to a piece of Kii Arens’ digital artwork and putting the bottom price for the pair at $1.15 million in...
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8 Of The Most Important People In Media Right Now

We’re only into the second quarter of 2021, and it’s already pretty clear that the news business — as well as what can broadly be defined as the larger media ecosystem — continues to be defined by a state of turbulence nearly equivalent to that which defined 2020. The coronavirus and the marginalization of Trump (for now) remain hugely consequen...
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Oscars 2021: The Live Winners List

Tonight's Academy Awards come at a time of existential change in the movie business, not the least of which is a ground-breaking list of nominees that seems to reflect a response from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to criticisms of its historic lack of diversity in the top categories.  This year might mark the first...
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‘It's Something Bigger’: This New Platform Is Reimagining The Role Of News Media In Eradicating Racism

During the abolitionist movement of the 19th century, journalists were among those leading the charge to eradicate slavery. Two centuries later, they’re continuing to inspire change, with leaders at the Boston University Center for Antiracist Research and the Boston Globe teaming up to apply the same pressure to ongoing racial injustice.  Th...
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Guggenheim CIO Pays $12.5 Million For Two Miami Penthouses, Forming City’s Largest Condo

In yet another sign of the white-hot residential market in Florida, Guggenheim Partners chief investment officer Scott Minerd bought a pair of penthouses in Miami for $12.5 million, sources familiar with the transaction tell Forbes. The purchases comprise an entire floor of the 51-story Biscayne Beach tower, in what appears to form the largest pent...