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AIG and its innocents?

March 27, 2009

“…None of us should be cheated of our payments any more than a plumber should be cheated after he has fixed the pipes but a careless electrician causes a fire that burns down the house.”

Really interesting article published earlier this week in The New York Times’ Op-Ed section. It’s a resignation letter from and AIG executive vice president of financial products Jake DeSantis to Edward Liddy Chief Exec at AIG. The letter gives a little insight into the inner workings of this corporate titan and shows you how there are a lot of innocent AIG employees currently under public scorn because they are simply guilty by association. It’s a quick and really interesting read, so check it out!

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