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Hank Greenberg

  1. 3 Times Elizabeth Warren Laid the Smackdown on TwitterShe’s not afraid to call out politicians.
  2. Eliot Spitzer’s Nemesis Hank Greenberg Sues Him for DefamationAs Spitzer braves The Tonight Show.
  3. A.I.G. Finally Decides It Wants Nothing to Do With Lawsuit Against United StatesAvoids alienating everyone all over again.
  4. AIG Might Thank America for Bailout by Suing the GovernmentThe company could join a shareholder lawsuit against its rescuer.
  5. AIG Was Cut Out of Wall Street 2 for Being ‘Too Complex’Former chairman’s film debut ends up on the cutting room floor.
  6. Hank Greenberg to Be Reunited With Beloved RugAfter years of disputes, the former AIG CEO gets his rug back.
  7. Former AIG Head Starts New Company Just Like AIGHank Greenberg loves insurance.
  8. Former AIG Head Hank Greenberg Accused of Fraud, Swiftly SettlesBut not because he’s guilty! Because he is innocent.
  9. Jury Sides With ‘Lying’ Hank Greenberg in AIG CaseA jury has rejected AIG’s claim that its former chief executive improperly seized control of millions of shares of the insurer’s stock.
  10. Hank Greenberg Thought He Could ‘Walk Through Raindrops,’ Says LawyerHank Greenberg is a big fat liar, lawyers representing AIG in a suit against the company’s former chairman said in the last day of court.
  11. Hank Greenberg Was ‘Exaggerating’ About Keeping AIG Employees’ Retirement Funds in TrustIt was just a little white lie! To make them feel better.
  12. Jermaine Dupri Puked in Janet Jackson’s LapThat’s the way love goes, we guess? Speaking of which: ScarJo got married! And more, in today’s gossip roundup.
  13. Some People Want Hank Greenberg Back Running AIG!Too bad for them.
  14. Hank Greenberg Trying to Get His Hands on AIGInvestors led by former AIG CEO Maurice “Hank” Greenberg are considering taking control of the struggling insurer through a proxy fight or buyout
  15. Shares in AIG Open Around $2 (Updated)What a bargain!
  16. Chuck Rangel Now Under Fire for Stationery ViolationsHe just thought congressional letterhead gave his personal request for donations that “something special.”
  17. Jimmy Cayne and Richard Fuld Disinvited From the Billionaire PartyHow humiliating is it to be dropped off Forbes’ annual list of the world’s billionaires? Just ask Jimmy Cayne and Lehman Brothers’ Richard Fuld. Cayne, who stepped down from Bear Stearns earlier this year, and Fuld, who it was just announced raked in a paltry $40 million in 2007, were notably absent from this year’s list, which was released yesterday. Does this mean they will be turned away from Steve Schwarzman’s next birthday party? Will it be like, I’m sorry, sirs. Only billionaires are allowed here? If that’s the case, it’s going to be a pretty small crowd, unless Schwarzie plans to hold his fiesta in Moscow. This year, the Russian capital eclipsed New York in the amount of billionaires per capita: We have only 71, with an average net worth of $3.3 billion each, whereas in Russia, 74 billionaires, with an average net worth of $5.9 billion each, are whooping it up with the caviar blini. So other than deadbeats Fuld and Cayne, who else is keeping us down?
  18. Hathaello Checks Out Miss Sixty FASHION •Lela Rose thinks she’s still in the running to design Jenna Bush’s wedding dress, despite a first family visit to Oscar de la Renta last week. [NYDN] •Anne Hathaway totally lied when she said she wouldn’t be attending any fashion shows this week. She and Raffaello Follieri were at Miss Sixty. [The Cut] • Sheryl Crow enters the fashion arena, with an affordable denim line by the same people who make Victoria Beckham’s dVb line. [WWD]
  19. Taking Pleasure in a Self-Righteous Prick’s Misfortune This Spitzer mess is making at least one group of people — well, another group of people, after State Senate Republicans — very happy. Financiers are predictably cackling, especially those who have gone through what a lawyer for tycoon Richard Strong calls “the Eliot process.” (As A.G., Spitzer made Strong fork over $60 million and accept a lifetime ban from Wall Street for improper trading.) It’s a testament to the lasting effects of the process, however, that the Times fails to get any of the big fish to slander the guv on or even off the record. Instead, we get “a senior banker” quipping that “it couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy” and “an executive” intoning “what goes around comes around.” Bo-ring! We want more color: Hank Greenberg yelling “Who’s the fraud now?!” or Dick Grasso doing a little revenge dance. Of course, as a reader of The Wall Street Journal’s Law Blog — which coins the term “Spitzerfreude” — sagely notes, “This relatively small scandal certainly doesn’t mean that Grasso and Greenberg are not thieves.” True, that. Spitzer’s Woes Are Enjoyed on Wall Street [NYT] Spitzer Schadenfreude [Law Blog/WSJ]