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Quincy Jones sues Michael Jackson estate

Quincy Jones is suing Michael Jackson's estate.

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Quincy Jones Sues Michael Jackson Productions -- You're Ripping Me Off Royally

Quincy Jones says he's been double-crossed by Sony and Michael Jackson Productions (aka MJJ) ... claiming the 2 companies intentionally aced him out of his cut of Michael's music.Jones has sued MJJ Productions and Sony ... claiming he owns a big…

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Quincy Jones sues Jackson estate

US music producer Quincy Jones is suing the estate of the late Michael Jackson, claiming he is owed millions in royalties and production fees.

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Michael Jackson regains crown as top-earning dead celebrity

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Michael Jackson regained the title of the highest-earning dead celebrity in the past year, easily surpassing Elvis Presley and cartoonist Charles Schulz, Forbes magazine said on Wednesday.

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Producer Quincy Jones sues Michael Jackson estate over royalties

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Music producer Quincy Jones sued Michael Jackson's estate on Friday, seeking millions of dollars in royalties generated from some of the star's biggest hits after the King of Pop's death.

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Witness: Jackson was paranoid in last days

Michael Jackson appeared paranoid, repeating himself and shivering from chills in his final days, his longtime makeup artist testified Thursday.

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MJ before death: 'God keeps talking to me'

Michael Jackson told his tour director days before he died he was hearing God's voice, a producer testified Wednesday.

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Execs face questions about Jackson death

AEG Live asked Michael Jackson's estate to repay the concert promoter $300,000 for Dr.

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Michael Jackson was called 'a freak'

A top AEG executive referred to Michael Jackson as "a freak" and another called him "creepy" just hours before their company signed the pop icon to a huge concert deal.

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