UPI Almanac for Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013.
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The former head of U.S. insurance giant AIG says he wouldn't have paid the $165 million in retention bonuses that he asserts began after he left.
American International Group Inc. lawyers are talking with U.S. and New York authorities about settling accounting-related allegations against the insurer.
Maurice R. "Hank" Greenberg, the long-time head of insurance giant American International Group Inc., has resigned from the New York company's board.
American International Group, one of the world's largest insurance companies, is warning investors of a possible $1.7 billion reduction in capital.
U.S. regulators have subpoenaed 12 executives of New York-based AIG, in a widening investigation of the insurance giant, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The head of New York-based American International Group is under regulatory investigation over the company's reserves, the Financial Times reported.
Dick Grasso, the former New York Stock Exchange chairman, pressured a major Big Board floor firm to help boost a stock's value, it was reported Friday.