November 2008
Financial & Insurance Meetings;Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 44 Issue 8, p9
Trade Publication
The article presents different views of web users on the loan given by the Federal Reserve to the American International Group (AIG) and cancellation of more than 160 meetings. A web post states that AIG cannot expect the public to bail them out of the problem because of the bank's poor management and decisions. Another post states that hundreds of hospitality employees would suffer due to the cancellation of meetings. Another post stresses the impact of canceling meetings.


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