Saturday, 11 February 2012

Daily Planet: The Listed Brothel In Stock Exchange

There is something surprised me in newspaper while I was reading it. The news was talking about an interesting company, the Daily Planet. Daily Planet is operating brothel business or some say hotel for prostitution.


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What it surprised me is, it's actually a listed company in Australia's Stock Exchange. It was listed in year 2003. It then won Australian Adult Industry Award for "Best Brothel Overall" in the years 2004-2008.

A company who is running prostitution business can even become a listed company! I am a little bit couldn't believe on it. But, it's a fact.

Well, as it's a listed company, it gets my attention to look for its annual report.

After searching, yeah, I got it. But I am not sure whether I get the right company or not. The company listed is Planet Platinum Limited. (click here for its annual report for financial year 2010)

The company's reported $5.4 millions revenue with $1.6 millions profit in financial year 2010. The company's net assets stood at $11.5 million with $18.7 millions assets and $7.2 millions liabilities.

This company is really surprised me a lot! I really extremely hardly believe of it when I first read the news.

Check out more about the company at their sites: Planet Platinum , Daily Planet

10 comments:

  1. everything is possible when there is a demand which prostitution also included.. maybe one day selling drug also become legal le.. @.@~

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    1. If that really happens, I really couldn't imagine how our society becomes. I believe it's going to be a scary ones.

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  2. when malaysia can open ? hahaha

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    1. Wah! Haha. Thousands of years perhaps?

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  3. Prostitution is legal in Australia, so it's not that surprising if that happens. =p

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    1. But running the business until listed in stock exchange wo. Now I wonder what's the portion of male and female investor in that company.

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  4. U kidding me?? Lol! An interesting article indeed :)

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  5. The governor of Texas, who, when asked if the Bible should also be taught in Spanish, replied that 'if English was good enough for Jesus, then it's good enough for me.
    - Abn Amro's Business Banking

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