people who said Michael Jackson might earn more in death than in life are being
has grown immensely since he died on June 25 2009.
revenue pouring in from nostalgia over the reign of the King of Pop, estate
co-executors John Branca and John McClain have dramatically turned around
in the year since he died. Executors used some of that to pay off $70?million in
former Jackson lawyer and adjunct professor at the University of Southern
California Law School. He added, however, “there’s a long way to go before they
pay off all of their debts.”
said: “When I met with him before he died, we went through an agenda. John
McClain and I are really executing on that. We’re doing the things we think
Michael would have wanted.”
years trying to track the singer down. Others who haven’t yet been paid say they
have been treated professionally by the estate, a night and day change from his
of unreleased material is set to hit stores in November, roughly in tandem with
a new video game in which fans can mimic his signature moves.
talented he was,” said Marty Bandier, the chief executive of Sony/ATV. “The guy
was the King of Pop and more.”
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