Planet Wall Street

Shaw, Jessica
May 1996
Entertainment Weekly;05/03/96, Issue 325, p7
Focuses on the initial public offering made by Planet Hollywood in 1996. Prices of the shares; The restaurants' owners Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Demi Moore and Bruce Willis and the benefits to them; Whether the stock is a sound investment for the average person.


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