Kerkorian Preparing a Return to Movies

Kerkorian Preparing a Return to Movies

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Billionaire Kirk Kerkorian is plotting a Hollywood comeback. The 94-year-old investor got in and out of the movie business three times over the course of four decades, profiting handsomely as he repeatedly bought and sold Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. studio. On the sidelines since 2005, Mr. Kerkorian is now on the hunt...
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