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Buying American International Group LEAPS To Leverage A Treasury Exit
Investors of American International Group's (NYSE:AIG) common stock know that AIG is nearly free of their government ownership.
AIG to Sponsor New Zealand Rugby
American International Group Inc. (AIG) and the New Zealand Rugby Union (NZRU) have agreed to a a five-and-a-half year agreement for AIG to sponsor six NZRU rugby teams: the All Blacks, Maori All Blacks, All Blacks Sevens, New Zealand Black Ferns ...
AIG Has Deal to Sponsor All Blacks Rugby, Herald Says  Businessweek
AIG to Become Major Global Sponsor of New Zealand Rugby Union  Business Wire (press release)
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AIG Unveils New 'Refreshed' Logo
AIG is a leading international insurance organization serving customers in more than 130 countries. The insurer, which received a $182 billion bailout from the U.S.
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AIG's Benmosche Says Treasury May Sell Rest of Stake in 2012
The U.S. Treasury Department may sell the rest of its holdings in insurer American International Group Inc. (AIG:US) before 2013, Chief Executive Officer Robert Benmosche said.
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AIG, iStar Financial Among Robert Jaffe's Top Stock Picks
Over the past month, the government has sold $20.7 billion in AIG shares to the company, and currently holds a 15.9% stake.
This Is AIG's New Corporate Logo
American International Group, Inc. (AIG), the international insurer that was bailed out by the U.S. government during the economic collapse in 2008, is refreshing its logo as part of a larger rebranding effort.
AIG Warrants Reach 20-Month High as Stock Gains
American International Group Inc. (AIG:US) warrants jumped to a 20-month high as the stock rallies amid optimism for improved business performance as the U.S.
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Third Point's Loeb Adds to AIG Stake, Sees 'Significant Upside'
AIG has said pay restrictions make it more difficult to attract and retain the best employees. The U.S. has recouped the cost of rescuing AIG, and the limits remain in place until Treasury sells its final share. Jim Ankner, a company spokesman ...
Dan Loeb Likes Greek Debt Quoting Tupac, Wants to Buy More Murphy Oil  ValueWalk
Third Point's Loeb bets big, and wins, on Greek debt  Kathimerini
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Jet-Lease Billionaire Udvar-Hazy Takes on AIG Hand that Fed Him
Insurance giant American International Group Inc. made Udvar-Hazy very rich when it bought ILFC from him and his co-founders for $1.3 billion in 1990.
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Despite fears it would never recoup the $182bn spent rescuing AIG, the US has ...
Even the insurance company share certificates that were meant to serve as collateral were missing. AIG staffers, whose own financial security was tied to that of their employer, were in a state of shock.