A mixture of higher catastrophe losses, unfavourable loss reserve development, and a decrease in net investment income in its property/casualty unit contributed to a slip in profits at American International Group (AIG) in the first quarter of 2014.
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AIG, First Quarter 2014 Results, Robert Benmosche, North America,