AIG Still Solid Despite Loss Of Greenberg, Analysts Say

The dramatic replacement last week of Maurice Greenberg, American International Groups legendary chief executive, will not sink the corporate ship, analysts and rating firms appear to agree.

Several opined that the company he guided over 37 years to become the countrys largest insurer is so solidwith net income exceeding $11 billionthat it can survive well without him.

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