Carl Icahn, who only a year ago hoped to combine two studios and create an entertainment empire, has retreated from Hollywood by selling his stake in Metro- Goldwyn-Mayer, sources told the Los Angeles Times and Wall Street Journal. MGM Holdings Inc. agreed July 29 to repurchase Icahn's roughly 25 percent of shares for an estimated $590 million.
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