At age 71, Hustler founder and chairman Larry Flynt said he’s growing weary of stirring the pot.
But that doesn’t mean the chief executive of the Los Angeles-based porn empire is leaving the business soon. He wants to grow the enterprise even larger – by making it a publicly traded company
Flynt said Friday that the privately held company could go public within the next 12 to 18 months. He said the company is already working with “high powered” firms to study the possibility of an initial public offering.
From U.S. NEWS
Businesses using online video and streaming downloads have the highest stakes in the regulation debate.
Net neutrality continues to stir major controversy over how – or whether – the Federal Communications Commission should draft rules for equal treatment of online traffic, but some businesses might be in trouble no matter what happens.
From U.S. NEWS
Hustler Magazine owner Larry Flynt praised President Barack Obama’s handling of LGBT rights and condemned Congress’ handling of women’s reproductive rights.
Hustler owner says Congress is close-minded but affairs, sex won’t doom political careers.
Congress has a case of “electile” dysfunction – failing to accomplish jobs they were elected to do, Hustler Magazine owner Larry Flynt tells U.S. News. Not only did Congress cause a government shutdown last year, but many politicians still try to restrict sex and gender rights issues like access to contraception on health care plans, Flynt says.
From HUFFINGTON POST
The black-and-gold JPEG invitation arrived in my inbox back in June, miraculously dodging the spam filter. “You and a guest are invited to join us as we celebrate our 40th anniversary.”
It was from Hustler magazine.
Over the years, Larry Flynt has peddled pornography, fought for freedom of speech, been shot at, and run for office. The pioneer of pornography in America has two new hustles planned for this year: a digital revamp of his iconic magazine – Hustler – and a major expansion of his retail stores.
From BLOOMBERG TV
Hustler Magazine Owner Larry Flynt discusses his magazine turning 40, the company’s presence on internet and cable TV platforms and the importance of free speech. He speaks on “Market Makers.”