Penthouse publisher Bob Guccione temporarily saved his East 67th Street townhouse from the auction block last week by making a last-minute payment to a creditor he owes $16.5 million. The creditor, Kennedy Funding, a real-estate lending company, has foreclosed on Mr. Guccione’s property, and the company was set to auction it off on Feb. 14. Read More
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