Hank Greenberg Takes the Stand in AIG Case
Wall Street Journal
Former American International Group Inc. AIG 0.45 % Chief Executive Maurice R. “Hank” Greenberg defended his focus on profits during nearly four decades as he took the witness stand Tuesday in a long-delayed state court trial about alleged civil fraud.
Hank Greenberg to testify in civil fraud trial
After 11 years of legal maneuvers, Hank Greenberg, the former chief executive of AIG, will take the witness stand today during his civil fraud trial with New York's Attorney General. Greenberg and AIG's former CFO, Howard Smith, are accused in part of ...
Ex-AIG Head Hank Greenberg To Testify On Tuesday
John Despriet, a securities defense lawyer at Womble Carlyle, says Greenberg was known for holding tight reins at AIG. The government is expected to ask Greenberg directly how he could possibly run the company without knowing about these transactions.
Ex-AIG Chief Expected to Testify, and House Hearing on Wells Fargo
New York Times
The 91-year-old Mr. Greenberg, who is known as Hank, is expected to go toe-to-toe with lawyers from the New York's attorney general's office, and his appearance could last several days. He has fought the accusations for more than a decade, determined ...