AIG Looks For Cash Following Losses

  • 09 May 2008
With two consecutive quarters of losses and a downgrade of its ratings, American International Group says it is looking to raise $12. 5 billion as the situation appears to weigh heavily on ceo Martin Sullivan. Losses in the first quarter amounted to $1.41 share, far below the 34 ...

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