The Case for Paying Out Bonuses at A.I.G.


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Published in the New York Times, March 17, 2009 by Andrew Ross Sokin

Do we really have to foot the bill for those bonuses at the American International Group? It sure does sting. A staggering $165 million — for employees of a company that nearly took down the financial system. And heck, we, the taxpayers, own nearly 80 percent of A.I.G.  It doesn’t seem fair.

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