Former American International Group CEOs Maurice "Hank" Greenberg, Martin Sullivan and Robert Willumstad all deflected blame onto one another for the insurer's downfall that led to an $85 billion emergency loan from the federal government. "Today, the company we built up over almost four decades has been virtually destroyed," Greenberg, who ran AIG for 38 years until 2005, said in testimony to a congressional panel. All three men said an accounting rule forced AIG to book unrealized losses and factored into the company's problems.

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