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Is It Because Of A Perceived Taint From The Time Hank Greenberg And A Couple Of Stewardesses Joined The Mile High Club?

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Because that was years ago, he apologized several times, and that particular plane was burned to the ground. Anyway: I don't know how this is possible, but everyone's favorite insurer is apparently having trubs selling its aircraft-leasing business.

According to a person familiar with the matter, would-be buyers are demanding a bigger guarantee from the federal government in order to facilitate a sale. Already, the government has agreed to guarantee $5 billion of debt, but those remaining in the auction now want either more government aid or support from airline manufacturers.
A second source said the guarantee issue has stymied the auction process, which is described as having cooled as AIG tries to sort out how to make a sale happen.

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