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For years, it’s been standard operating procedure for many insurance carriers to fly their top producers to swank resorts, where business was discussed and relationships cultivated. But the party is literally over–at least for American International Group, following a brouhaha sparked by the company’s federal bailout.

Members of Congress were furious to hear reports about how executives at the cash-strapped AIG were getting spa treatments at expensive hotels, where high-performing agents were invited to talk strategy and enjoy some tender loving care on the carrier’s dime.

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