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by Derek Loosvelt | October 27, 2009


Oui, that’s right, AIG was so good that it demanded a sequel. And who better to direct it than Mo Greenberg himself, the man who took the original group to the top (before it plummeted to the street like an ACME anvil).

After chairing and cheifing AIG for decades, Greenberg now holds similar duties at insurance concern C.V. Starr & Company, which, given Pay Czar Kenny Feinberg’s recent announcement that the top 12 execs at AIG will be salary-capped at $500,000 per year, will likely be picking off some of the original AIG's top talent.


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