Former AIG chief made some comments about John Paulson and Carl Icahn getting two board seats on the AIG board. Here are his thoughts. “By doing that, he let a fox in the henhouse.”
This comes as Hank doesn’t want to see AIG broken up. Of Icahn’s plan to break AIG into three companies, he says, ‘I think that’s a mistake … I agree with Peter about the benefits of a diversified company.’
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