Lee Rosenbaum Looks at the Auction Landscape as Sotheby’s Goes Private

July 1st, 2019

Writer Lee Rosenbaum pens a think piece this week on Sotheby’s move to a private company, and what it means for the art world. “No longer subject to the fiscal discipline imposed by the disclosure requirements for publicly traded companies,” she writes, “Sotheby’s would not only have greater freedom to assume such risks; it would also have more freedom to fail without public embarrassment.”

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