Will AIG's Sullivan Survive?


By Diane Brady and Marcia Vickers

More bad news for American International Group: Investigators are looking closely at whether newly installed CEO Martin Sullivan played any role in possibly fraudulent dealings at the $99 billion insurance giant, sources tell BusinessWeek Online. Barely two weeks after replacing Maurice "Hank" Greenberg as chief executive amid a widening regulatory scandal, Sullivan could soon find his job in jeopardy as well, sources close to the company say.

Sullivan, 50, isn't accused of any wrongdoing and is widely regarded as a highly skilled industry executive. An AIG (


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