Manhattan: The headquarters of American International Group Inc. (AIG).
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January 9, 2013 With the economy on the brink of disaster, American taxpayers bailed out the insurance giant. Now, its former CEO is leading a lawsuit that claims shareholders didn't get fair compensation. But the threat of a public backlash may have kept AIG from joining the suit.
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