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Biting the hand that feeds you?

Sep 29, 2014
Former CEO of AIG Hank Greenberg is suing over the 2008 bailout.
Posted In: AIG, financial bailout

The phrase that defined the financial crisis

Sep 12, 2013
'Too big to fail' became the signature line of the financial crisis. Five years after the crash, many big financial firms are only bigger. But one has decided it's time to shrink.
Posted In: too big to fail, General Electric, financial crisis, Lehman Brothers, AIG

AIG and GE Capital labeled 'systemically important'

Jul 10, 2013
Federal regulators have identified two companies, insurer AIG and GE Capital, as 'systemically important' corporations and say that both will be subject to increased scrutiny.
Posted In: AIG, General Electric, too big to fail

AIG has to consider lawsuit against U.S.

Jan 9, 2013
AIG's board must consider the shareholder lawsuit, because it is charged with acting in the best interests of its shareholders.
Posted In: AIG, bailout, lawsuit

AIG: 'Thanks for the bailout. See you in court?'

Jan 8, 2013
AIG board mulls whether to join a former CEO in suing the U.S. government for shortchanging shareholders in a $182 billion financial crisis bailout.
Posted In: AIG, bailout, bank bailout

Keeping tabs on the bailout

Dec 11, 2012
Sure, AIG's rescue turned a profit, but what about the rest of the bailouts?
Posted In: AIG, bailout

U.S. to profit from selling remaining stake in AIG

Dec 11, 2012
It looks like the U.S. government’s rescue of insurance giant AIG is coming to an end. And, amazingly enough, it’s a happy ending: The government is selling the last of its AIG stock -- for a profit.
Posted In: AIG, bailout, government spending

U.S. selling AIG stake, but still holds many others

Sep 10, 2012
The U.S. government will continue to hold major stakes in the housing and financial worlds even though it is set to sell most of its remaining investment in AIG.
Posted In: AIG, bailout

Former Treasury official: AIG no longer 'too big to fail'

Sep 10, 2012
The former Chief Restructuring Officer at the U.S. Department of the Treasury says the government could end up making $20 billion on the AIG bailout
Posted In: AIG, bailout, financial crisis, U.S. Treasury

U.S. Treasury to sell $18 billion in AIG stock

Sep 10, 2012
Stock sale would reduce the U.S. government's stake in the once-troubled insurance firm to less than half for the first time since it bailed out AIG in 2008.
Posted In: AIG, U.S. Treasury

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