• Playboy is eyeing a return to the stock market, sources say

    Playboy is eyeing a return to the stock market, sources say

    Months after killing its iconic nudie magazine, Playboy Enterprises is eyeing a return to the stock market, The Post has learned. The company founded by Hugh Hefner 66 years ago has been talking to so-called blank-check companies about an investment to fund its push into sexual wellness products, spirits and cannabis, sources told The Post. …
  • Erin Andrews featured on weird ‘Thursday Night Football’ cake

    Erin Andrews featured on weird ‘Thursday Night Football’ cake

    A portrait cake just doesn’t do Erin Andrews justice. Erin Andrews and Kristina Pink got a special cake made for themErin Andrews/Instagram Video posted to the Fox Sports NFL sideline reporter’s Instagram story Thursday showed off cakes the broadcasters were gifted with their faces on them at First Energy Stadium for the Bengals-Browns game. But …
  • NYSC sets aside $850,000 to pay back members it billed during shutdowns

    NYSC sets aside $850,000 to pay back members it billed during shutdowns

    The owner of New York Sports Clubs has set aside $850,000 to compensate angry gym rats who were charged monthly membership fees while its facilities were closed. Town Sports, which filed for bankruptcy protection on Monday, had initially allocated just $225,000 to repay customers for such fees, a lawyer for the company said in court …
  • Miami Herald apologizes for insert with ‘racist and anti-Semitic commentary’

    Miami Herald apologizes for insert with ‘racist and anti-Semitic commentary’

    The Miami Herald is investigating how it published a paid insert with what it called “racist and anti-Semitic commentary” and distributed to readers of its Spanish-language sister paper. The Florida daily’s publisher, Aminda Marqués González, earlier this week said it will no longer publish or distribute the content of the weekly supplement LIBRE. Marqués González …
  • Citigroup employee who ran popular QAnon website put on paid leave

    Citigroup employee who ran popular QAnon website put on paid leave

    Citigroup said it has placed an employee on paid leave after he was unmasked as the operator of a popular website linked with the conspiracy group QAnon. Jason Gelinas — a 48-year-old resident of Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, who is a senior vice president in the technology group at Citi, according to a now-defunct LinkedIn …
  • The fall of Craig Carton: $30 million reveal ‘ruined what we had’

    The fall of Craig Carton: $30 million reveal ‘ruined what we had’

    Craig Carton’s rise and fall will soon be laid out for all to see in an HBO documentary. A trailer was released Thursday for “Wild Card: The Downfall of a Radio Loudmouth,” which will air on Oct. 9 and detail Carton’s journey from WFAN host to jail. Carton served a year in prison after he …
  • New York Sports Clubs’ bankrupt owner secures $20 million loan

    New York Sports Clubs’ bankrupt owner secures $20 million loan

    Town Sports, the bankrupt owner of New York Sports Clubs, secured $20 million in financing from its lenders to keep it afloat while it searches for a buyer. The tentative deal comes just two days after Town Sports filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Delaware and buys the company time to reopen and maintain …
  • Here’s how stimulus checks could cost Americans in the long run

    Here’s how stimulus checks could cost Americans in the long run

    Massive federal spending meant to blunt the coronavirus’s economic impact could have long-term costs, experts say — meaning those stimulus checks might not be free money after all. Congress’s unprecedented stimulus measures coupled with the Federal Reserve’s aggressive efforts to shore up the economy could drive up inflation in the coming years, leaving Americans with …
  • Britney Spears’ father didn’t starve her lawyer of cash in sinister move

    Britney Spears’ father didn’t starve her lawyer of cash in sinister move

    Britney Spears’ father has done nothing sinister to starve her lawyer of cash, sources told Page Six. After her father and conservator Jamie Spears slammed the #FreeBritney movement as a “joke” and “conspiracy theory,” the pop princess’ lawyers were back in court on Wednesday for another hearing over her conservatorship. According to legal documents, Britney’s …
  • The Michigan secretary of state misprinted the Trump line on ballots

    The Michigan secretary of state misprinted the Trump line on ballots

    The Michigan secretary of state misprinted the Trump line on ballots intended to be mailed to troops serving overseas, the Detroit News reported. Jocelyn Benson, who has endorsed President Trump’s rival, Joe Biden, and spoke at the recent Democratic National Convention (DNC), made the apparent error. The ballot listed Jeremy Cohen as Trump’s running mate. …