You would think that declining a chance to sue the federal government would be enough to ensure investors that you're back on track. But AIG is going one step further to avoid further backlash over former CEO Hank Greenberg's lawsuit for damages caused when the company was bailed out in 2008.
In the video below, Motley Fool contributor Jessica Alling discusses AIG's moves and what they might mean for investors.
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