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Page entitled : Greenberg and AIG today, victim or villain, and James E. Cayne, ex-billionaire CEO of Bear Stearns

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Maurice Greenberg's critics of AIG CEO Martin Sullivan, his role as victim or villain in the sub-prime crisis, and the story of James E. Cayne of Bear Stearns & Co.


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... “Ace” Greenberg (b.1927), a general partner of Bear Stearns, and the mentor who would help Jimmy Cayne ascend the corporate ladder at the renowned investment bank, right to the top. Thus, in 1993 James E. Cayne succeeded A.C. Greenberg, who had led the company since 1978, as CEO and in  ...

 

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