AIG's Bible Thumping A retired California judge and AIG shareholder named John Bible has filed a lawsuit against the beleaguered insurance giant in L.A. Superior Court. It's possibly the first of many by disgruntled shareholders seeking to recover money given to AIG execs as bonuses. L.A. Business Journal
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