LOS ANGELES -- Irving Azoff, the longtime manager of the Eagles band, is resigning as chairman of concert promoter Live Nation Entertainment Inc. (LYV) and selling off 1.7 million shares to Liberty Media Corp. (LMCA).Azoff, 65, will continue to manage some of the acts that he brought to the company, including the Eagles and Christina Aguilera, but he will no longer be the CEO of Front Line, the artist management company he sold to Ticketmaster in 2008.
Azoff Resigns as Live Nation Chair
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