Shopping-mall magnate, who died in April at 91, had embroiled the auction house in a price-fixing scandal when he was chairman

By KELLY CROW

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

A day after Christie’s International said it aims to ask $100 million for an Amedeo Modigliani painting this fall, rival Sotheby’s countered Thursday by saying it had won the right to auction off the $500 million estate of its former owner, A. Alfred Taubman… Read more here.

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