From: in2dadark on 11 Nov 2009 22:25
Sorry. It said AIG was able to pay back ALL of the bail out money. I
was in a hurry this morning, but wanted to post it. It was in my yahoo
> "ByTor" <ByTor(a)snowdog.com> wrote in message
> > In article <d171909d-38a6-409e-85b8-793abd984d72
> > @j19g2000yqk.googlegroups.com>, in2dadark(a)yahoo.com says...
> >> http://us.mc1118.mail.yahoo.com/mc/welcome?.gx=1&.tm=1249776770&.rand=dbgqq1vgbri2p#a1
> > Maybe this, nobody wants to work for them because of government
> > strangulation?
> > http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=azOu5E8koJdU&pos=7
> > AIG CEO Robert Benmosche Tells Board He Wants to Quit, WSJ Says
> The employee retention issue is a valid one, but some of the employees have
> to see that if they can accept lower pay until the company's out of the
> woods, they may end up working for a better company than before. Maybe.
> Unfortunately, many of those employees have probably established lifestyles
> which are unsustainable at their current salaries.
From: ByTor on 12 Nov 2009 09:47
In article <c07ff4b9-fd4c-436d-a405-
9110aad352ba(a)b15g2000yqd.googlegroups.com>, in2dadark(a)yahoo.com says...
> Sorry. It said AIG was able to pay back ALL of the bail out money. I
> was in a hurry this morning, but wanted to post it. It was in my yahoo
They won't allow them to do that, to much *political* leverage would be
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