Updated from Sunday, March 15 NEW YORK -- American International Group (AIG) detailed how it used some of its $170 billion in federal bailout money, after the troubled insurer provoked outrage on Capitol Hill over its payment of tens of millions in executive bonuses.Lawmakers on Capitol Hill have demanded that the identities of banks and other so-called counterparties that do business with bailed-out institutions be made public.
AIG Paid Big Banks With Bailout Money
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