Is it legal to publicize the names and contact information of those who accept the bonuses?
Why is no one from AIG going to jail? We've known for four years that they were run like Enron, and it's been obvious for at least six months their books were cooked.
Eh. So we're talking, what? 0.1% of the bailout money? I don't see how this matters. There are bigger issues in play.
These companies do need to pay their employees at the expected rates; it's really not true that "anyone" could do these jobs. It would not be in the interest of the country to have AIG's staff quit en masse. We need a more rational transition.
the time it filed for bankruptcy on 14 September 2008, Lehman Brothers had approximately $155 billion of outstanding debt but around $400 billion notional value of CDS contracts had been written which referenced this debt.
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