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COLUMBUS, Ga., April 13 /PRNewswire/ — Aflac today was named to the Ethisphere Institute’s annual list of World’s Most Ethical Companies. This marks the third consecutive year Aflac has been included on the prestigious list.

“At Aflac we place a strong emphasis on treating our customers, colleagues, shareholders and the public with honesty and respect,” Aflac Chairman and CEO Dan Amos said. “Landing on the World’s Most Ethical Companies 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 »