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The most prolific headline-generator by far this year was American International Group, which struggled to regain its credibility and repay its debt to taxpayers after a massive federal bailout while changing CEOs, fending off challenges to its executive compensation, rebranding its property and casualty subsidiaries, and burying the hatchet with its former boss.

Back in early January, AIG’s roller-coaster year began with criticism from Maurice Greenberg–its former chair, president and CEO–about the sale of Hartford Steam Boiler to Munich Re.

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