Anschutz says it intends to sell its AEG sports-and-entertainment unit in a deal that could...
Anschutz says it intends to sell its AEG sports-and-entertainment unit in a deal that could reportedly be worth several billion dollars. AEG's assets include a 30% stake in the LA Lakers, sports teams, stadiums and music festivals, as well as the world's second-largest concert promoter. Potential buyers could include News Corp. (NWS) and Liberty Media (LMCA), which owns 21% of AEG ticket rival Live Nation (LYV).
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