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To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »

To understand why federal officials keep pumping astronomical sums of money into companies such as insurance giant American International Group Inc., it might help to take a high-altitude view of the situation.

Say from 30,000 feet, up where jet airliners fly.

AIG is not just the largest insurance company in the world, with about 74 million customers — more than the populations of California, Illinois and Florida combined — but Read the rest of this entry »