Insurance Exec Resigns over Spitzer Suit

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Marsh & McLennan CEO Jeffrey Greenberg steps down, according to a Wall Street Journal online report. Greenberg's exit comes a little more than a week after his firm was named in a bid-rigging inquiry. New York's Attorney General Eliot Spitzer had made it clear he would not discuss settlement terms with the company until it named a new CEO. Hear NPR's Jim Zarroli.

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