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  • AIG Promotes Peter Hancock to CEO, Replacing Benmosche

    American International Group Inc. promoted Peter Hancock to chief executive officer as the company focuses on growth after his predecessor stabilized the insurer and paid back a 2008 government bailout.

  • AIG ‘Shouldn’t Exist,’ Golub Says, Urging Breakup

    Harvey Golub , the former chairman of American International Group Inc. , said the bailed-out U.S. insurer should be broken up eventually because the firm’s two main businesses have “no strategic fit between them.”

  • AIG Becomes `Benmosche Show' After Chairman's Departure

    Robert Benmosche , the American International Group Inc. chief executive officer who clashed with Chairman Harvey Golub over the insurer’s restructuring, may find less resistance after forcing Golub’s departure.

  • Golub Says Obama Violated Bankruptcy Principle in GM Aid

    Harvey Golub, the former chairman of American International Group Inc., said President Barack Obama “violated every bankruptcy principle known to man” in the rescue of General Motors Co. and Chrysler Group LLC.

  • AIG Chairman Resigns After Dispute With CEO Benmosche

    American International Group Inc. Chairman Harvey Golub stepped down from the bailed-out insurer after feuding with Chief Executive Officer Robert Benmosche over the stalled divestiture of an Asia division.

  • Golub: Obama Hasn't Faced Adversity

    Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) – Harvey Golub, chairman at Miller Buckfire & Co. discusses the personal credentials of President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.”

  • Golub Says Dodd-Frank Will Have ‘Malignant’ Effect on U.S.

    The Dodd-Frank Act will have a “malignant” effect on the U.S. financial system, said former American International Group Inc. Chairman Harvey Golub.

  • Benmosche Rebuffs Golub, Says AIG Helped by Variety

    American International Group Inc. Chief Executive Officer Robert Benmosche rebuffed calls from the company’s former chairman to break up the company, saying the firm benefits from having a variety of businesses.

  • Gupta Secretly Defied McKinsey Before SEC Tip Accusation

    On a sunny Friday afternoon in June 2003, Rajat Gupta was greeted at his waterfront home in Westport, Connecticut, by scores of his McKinsey & Co. partners. They had come from London, Frankfurt, New Delhi and other cities around the world -- and brought along an elephant, which they tethered on the front lawn.

  • AIG's Steve Miller Becomes Insurer's Sixth Chairman Since 2005: Timeline

    Steve Miller became American International Group Inc.’s sixth chairman since 2005 when he was selected yesterday to replace Harvey Golub , who stepped down after a dispute with Chief Executive Officer Robert Benmosche .

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