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The American International Group (AIG) was once the 18th largest corporation in the world. By early 2007 AIG had assets of $1 trillion, $110 billion in revenues, 74 million customers and 116,000 employees in 130 countries and jurisdictions. Yet just
18 months later, AIG found itself on the brink of failure and in need of emergency government assistance.Between 2007 and 2009 AIG stock lost more than 99% of its value, hitting $0.35 in early March. Could the crash have been predicted?
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