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Resignation by Op-Ed; AIG Bonus Recipient Bows Out

It's kind of like "J'Accuse" in reverse. Instead of a writer using a newspaper to challenge the Establishment, as émile Zola famously did in Paris in 1898, we have today a bonus recipient from AIG using The New York Times' Op-Ed column to publicly resign and as a forum to criticize AIG's CEO, Edward Liddy, and the bonus payments generally as "distasteful."

It's kind of like "J'Accuse" in reverse. Instead of a writer using a newspaper to challenge the Establishment, as émile Zola famously did in Paris in 1898, we have today a bonus recipient from AIG using The New York Times' Op-Ed column to publicly resign and as a forum to criticize AIG's CEO, Edward Liddy, and the bonus payments generally as "distasteful."The Associated Press reported on the departure of Jake DeSantis, an executive vice president at AIG's Financial Products division.

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