AIG CEO loses support from shareholders on turnaround strategy and has to go
If hedge fund manager John Paulson leaves the board of AIG as suggested by a media report, this would remove one of the leading advocates of splitting up the insurer, CreditSights analysts wrote in an April 12 note.
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AIG, John Paulson, Carl Icahn, Strategy, US, North America