AIG may irritate you, but not half as much as it irritates the company’s CEO, Robert Benmosche. Hardly a day goes by, it seems, that Bob doesn’t say to himself, “Bob, why the hell did you have to take over one of the world’s most screwed-up companies for a measly $10.5 million when you could be in Croatia, tending your vines and getting your tan on?” Occasionally, as we know Bob’s resentment bubbles over and he acts out. This is apparently what happened June 25, after board chairman Harvey Golub nixed Bob’s plan to sell the company’s main Asia unit.
According to Bloomberg:
In other words, nobody puts Bobby in a corner.