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AIG Admits to Improper Accounting

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AIG Admits to Improper Accounting

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AIG Admits to Improper Accounting

AIG Admits to Improper Accounting

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Insurance giant American International Group acknowledges improper bookkeeping over a 14-year period that could reduce the value of the company by $1.7 billion. Regulators are investigating transactions between AIG and a unit of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway.

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