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The LAT reports that a mere five months after assuming the crown at The New Pararmount™, Brad Grey has finally sold off Brillstein-Grey, his management company, to former co-workers Cynthia Pett-Dante and Jon Liebman. ("Longtime lieutenant" Marc Gurvitz is sitting this round out, as he's going through a divorce and that might get complicated.) Not that anyone was going to start passing around a hat for Grey now that he's solely Paramount's property, but he's still got a thumb in some of B-G's biggest pies:

In unwinding his ownership in Brillstein-Grey Entertainment, Grey retains a significant ownership in HBO's "The Sopranos" and a passive financial interest in other shows originated during his tenure. They include ABC's "According to Jim" and "Jake in Progress" and HBO's "Real Time With Bill Maher."

Grey also will continue collecting money from the syndicated series "Just Shoot Me" and "NewsRadio."

The article also mentions that the happy new owners will keep the Brillstein-Grey name for now, presumably until they hire an outside branding firm to come up with something a little less unwieldy than Brillstein-Pett-Dante-Liebman-And-Eventually-
Gurvitz-Once-The-Wife-Is-Out-Of-The-Picture Entertainment.