Ari Emanuel, WME, And The Great Hollywood IPO That Wasn’t • Discoverology

Ari Emanuel, WME, And The Great Hollywood IPO That Wasn’t

The entertainment industry’s reigning super-agent planned to put his firm—and the very power structure of Hollywood—on the line with an audacious, now scuttled public offering. With that future on hold and the likes of Netflix and Disney commanding more ground by the day, what’s an ambitious modern macher to do?

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