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Matt Taibbi Sort of Defends AIG Shareholders' Lawsuit - for Good Reason

John Berlau | Posted 03.18.2013 | Business
John Berlau

It appears that the big government hand that "fed" AIG slipped in a few doses of poison as well as sustenance, and then diverted some of that sustenance to AIG's big bank counterparties. To borrow a Taibbi term of art, sometimes it takes a vampire squid to beat a vampire squid.

AIG May Have Zero Value After Rescue, Citigroup Says

Bloomberg News | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

American International Group Inc., the insurer bailed out four times by the government, fell the most in nine months after Citigroup Inc. said the fir...

51 Minutes and No Shoes Thrown: A Shareholder's Account of the 2009 AIG Conference

Ellen Sledge | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Ellen Sledge

Liddy told shareholders he didn't want to spend his retirement watching over AIG. But for retirees who lost their money at AIG, working at WalMart isn't how they wanted to spend their retirement, either.

AIG Fraud Case: Using the Market To Set Jail Terms

BusinessWeek | Michael Orey | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

In coming weeks, five former insurance executives, including General Reinsurance ex-CEO Ronald Ferguson, are due to appear in federal court in Hartfor...