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But realistically it's not a business that we see growing," says company spokesperson Martha Lindeman.
"Today we are really a brand-management company." Business delivered to your inbox The corporate parent of Penthouse—Playboy's raunchier newsstand rival, founded in 1965 by Bob Guccione—is taking a different tack.
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“As far as Penthouse goes, I did not hear of them selling,” said Bob Guccione Jr., who was estranged from his father for years — but reconciled with him several years before his dad died.
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