A.I.G. to Pay $100 Million in Bonuses After Huge Bailout
Despite being bailed out with more than $170 billion from the
Treasury and Federal Reserve, the American International
Group is preparing to pay about $100 million in bonuses to
executives in the same business unit that brought the company
to the brink of collapse last year.
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If they brought the company to the point of collapse why are they been rewarded?
Here's is another thought. when Some one who received government help towards their home mortgage , can there be a clause in there that guarantees pay back of that amount with interest of course upon the sale of that home?
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