The insurance giant AIG got a $180 billion bailout from the government, and many were infuriated that it paid out bonuses earlier this year. On the other hand, it is now losing senior management because of a $500,000 compensation cap. And the New York Federal Reserve has evidently told AIG not to discuss payments that were made with federal bailout funds to its own trading partners — that's generally taken to mean Goldman Sachs. Diane Brady, senior editor at Business Week, talks to Robert Siegel about the latest developments.
N.Y. Fed Under Scrutiny Over AIG Bailout Decisions
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