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April 15, 2006

Hank Greenberg says "you couldn't build an AIG today"

Kimberley Strassel has an interesting interview with Hank Greenberg, formerly of AIG, recently a victim of Eliot Spitzer, in today's WSJ. I discuss the interview.

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