American International Group

Politics
David Petraeus finally answers his own question.
Healthy Living
Ever-more specialized American surgeons don't learn the skills needed in areas stricken by war, earthquakes or other disasters.
Business
Hank Greenberg wasn't happy with his multibillion-dollar government bailout. He wanted more.
Entertainment
Come join Andrea Lipinski, Kevin Lauderdale, Orenthal V. Hawkins, and myself, Dan Persons, as we explore why, if the alien invasion does come, we're hoping it's the face-huggers that get to us first.
Business
Instead of addressing the systemic issues like the ones listed above, the government instead prohibited failure with a "too
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Update: In an emailed statement after this article was published, Benmosche wrote: "It was a poor choice of words. I never
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It's been a big year for Marty: He was a winner of the 2012 Wynn Newhouse Awards, a prestigious program that provides grants
Business
"The United States indicated it would wage a negative public relations campaign against AIG and its directors, terminate
Business
AIG’s board met Wednesday to hear a pitch from Greenberg, asking the company to join his $25 billion lawsuit accusing the
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) slammed American International Group on Tuesday for thinking about suing the federal government over the $182 billion taxpayer bailout the insurance giant received during the financial crisis.
Politics
AIG is considering whether to join a $25 billion shareholder lawsuit claiming that the terms of the bailout were unfair. Sen
Business
Fresh from paying back a $182 billion bailout, the American International Group has been running a nationwide advertising
Business
Bob Benmosche was perfectly happy to while away his retirement on his Croatian vineyard. But the image of AIG employees being
Business
(Reuters) - The U.S. Treasury said on Tuesday that it expects to raise an additional $2.7 billion from its American International
Politics
Republicans, meeting in Tampa, barring the arrival of a possible hurricane, aim for $50 million while Democrats, meeting
Business
The government knowingly used an artificially low interest rate when setting bailout terms for big banks and insurance giant AIG, costing taxpayers millions, maybe billions.
Business
July 3 (Reuters) - A company run by former American International Group Inc Chief Executive Maurice "Hank" Greenberg may
Business
The sudden rush turned the collateral calls into a crisis for everyone involved. AIG didn’t have enough cash on hand to make