Michael Jackson's estate will hold onto the King of Pop's stake in 250 songs written by the Beatles, Bloomberg reports. Previously, it had been expected that executors might unload Jackson's share of the archive, valued at at least $750 million. Currently, the late pop singer's estate faces $500 million in debt. Keeping the Beatles songs will allow the Jackson executors to refinance a $300 million loan due later this year. Death has been good to the pop star's wallet. His estate has made an estimated $250 million since last year.