AIG's Latest Bid to Keep Its Name Out of the Courtroom

You would think that declining a chance to sue the federal government would be enough to ensure investors that you're back on track. But AIG (NYSE: AIG  ) is going one step further to avoid further backlash over former CEO Hank Greenberg's lawsuit for damages caused when the company was bailed out in 2008.

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