Former AIG CEO Wins Case Against Government Bailout, But Won’t Get Damages

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Hank Greenberg’s case against the U.S. government in the bailout of American International Group, the insurance behemoth he created and put on a path to catastrophic failure, ended the way it started: as an awkward, enraging and attention-grabbing combination of legal trolling and crisis-era accountability. Monday morning, Judge Thomas Wheeler of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims ruled that the terms of the government’s $85 billion September 2008 bailout were illegal, but did not award…

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Like reggae? You are elite - The Asian Age


Like reggae? You are elite
The Asian Age
With its roots in the impoverished streets of Jamaica, it might not seem like the music of choice for the upper classes, but research has found enjoying reggae is a sign you're in the social elite, reports dailymail.co.uk. Researchers have discovered ...

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Former AIG CEO Wins Case Against Government Bailout, But Won’t Get Damages

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Hank Greenberg’s case against the U.S. government in the bailout of American International Group, the insurance behemoth he created and put on a path to catastrophic failure, ended the way it started: as an awkward, enraging and attention-grabbing combination of legal trolling and crisis-era accountability. Monday morning, Judge Thomas Wheeler of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims ruled that the terms of the government’s $85 billion September 2008 bailout were illegal, but did not award…

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Like reggae? You are elite - The Asian Age


Like reggae? You are elite
The Asian Age
With its roots in the impoverished streets of Jamaica, it might not seem like the music of choice for the upper classes, but research has found enjoying reggae is a sign you're in the social elite, reports dailymail.co.uk. Researchers have discovered ...

and more »

Former AIG CEO Wins Case Against Government Bailout, But Won’t Get Damages

admin

Hank Greenberg’s case against the U.S. government in the bailout of American International Group, the insurance behemoth he created and put on a path to catastrophic failure, ended the way it started: as an awkward, enraging and attention-grabbing combination of legal trolling and crisis-era accountability. Monday morning, Judge Thomas Wheeler of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims ruled that the terms of the government’s $85 billion September 2008 bailout were illegal, but did not award…

Next Post

Like reggae? You are elite - The Asian Age


Like reggae? You are elite
The Asian Age
With its roots in the impoverished streets of Jamaica, it might not seem like the music of choice for the upper classes, but research has found enjoying reggae is a sign you're in the social elite, reports dailymail.co.uk. Researchers have discovered ...

and more »