AIG Chief Sullivan’s 2006 Compensation Valued at $22.5 Million

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  • April 12, 2007 at 9:14 am
    Jewel says:
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    I guess everyone who hates that CEO\’s make so much money must like AIG. (And for those of you who misinterpret people, this does not mean I do not think CEO\’s are overpaid).

    AIG underpays their customer service reps. I have never been involved with AIG, nor will I ever be…

  • April 12, 2007 at 11:26 am
    has the world gone nuts? says:
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    People and billions. Look around, or better lets all look in the mirror. look at the real story. The Law no fear and no corporate adjiustments. this is the fear I have about the real world. So we the people have all the fear. the corporate world has ???You take on AIG. I am on State Farm!! the law for all. I have my job and so do all of us.Let,s not let this happen in the real world. Call Senator Kennedy 202-224-4543 or make so news paper tell the real story. Please lets all walke up. I have grandbabys. I have to fight. Melanie and my good friend Bobby Kennedy. It,s TIME.

  • April 12, 2007 at 11:50 am
    Not s says:
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    From my experience with the insurance industry,\” said Phillips, who has litigated insurance cases for 34 years, \”when the money is billions with a B, the fraud, if any, is never low-level. This ruling will allow us to pull back the curtain on State Farm\’s home office activities and motives.\”

    From my experience with the insurance industry,\” said Phillips, who has litigated insurance cases for 34 years, \”when the money is billions with a B, the fraud, if any, is never low-level. This ruling will allow us to pull back the curtain on State Farm\’s home office activities and motives.\”

    experience with the insurance industry,\” said Phillips, who has litigated insurance cases for 34 years, \”when the money is billions with a B, the fraud, if any, is never low-level. This ruling will allow us to pull back the curtain on State Farm\’s home office activities and motives.\”

    From my experience with the insurance industry,\” said Phillips, who has litigated insurance cases for 34 years, \”when the money is billions with a B, the fraud, if any, is never low-level. This ruling will allow us to pull back the curtain on State Farm\’s home office activities and motives.\”

    From my experience with the insurance industry,\” said Phillips, who has litigated insurance cases for 34 years, \”when the money is billions with a B, the fraud, if any, is never low-level. This ruling will allow us to pull back the curtain on State Farm\’s home office activities and motives.\”

    From my experience with the insurance industry,\” said Phillips, who has litigated insurance cases for 34 years, \”when the money is billions with a B, the fraud, if any, is never low-level. This ruling will allow us to pull back the curtain on State Farm\’s home office activities and motives.\”

    From my experience with the insurance industry,\” said Phillips, who has litigated insurance cases for 34 years, \”when the money is billions with a B, the fraud, if any, is never low-level. This ruling will allow us to pull back the curtain on State Farm\’s home office activities and motives.\”

    From my experience with the insurance

  • April 12, 2007 at 11:57 am
    My Friend says:
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    Some will never be interested in our struggle.Some will never be interested in our struggle.Some will never be interested in our struggle will never be .Some

  • September 18, 2008 at 8:14 am
    jim says:
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    The party seemed to start when Greenberg was ‘legally removed’ by Spitzer. Legal lynching. Then the skyrocketing salary, the second generation eating off of what the first generation built. I know I lost on shares I have held since 1976. The same thing will happen with BERKA, when David Sokol becomes BERKA’s Sullivan, the clown prince succeding the genius. There is a Nebraska foundation,the Hitchcock Foundation, where a ‘board coup’ was heald to get rid of the 42 year CEO who built the company and his assistant, with the blessing of a corrupt AG, so insiders could loot the foundation for the $$$ built up over 40 years. Sound familiar?



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