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Page entitled : Maurice R. "Hank" Greenberg billionaire CEO of American Insurance Group AIG

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How Maurice Raymond Greenberg rose to the head of Cornelius Vander Starr's American Insurance Group (AIG) and became a billionaire CEO.


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... when Starr’s health was ailing, Maurice R. Greenberg had become his most trusted lieutenant and heir apparent. When he died, Cornelius V. Starr left his fortune to the C.V. Starr Foundation (established 1955) and his position at the helm of AIG to Greenberg. During thirty seven years as CEO, Maurice Greenberg built AIG into the world’s largest insurance company, ...

 

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