Miller: Detroit Recovery to Be `Political Struggle'

June 14 (Bloomberg) -- Steve Miller, chairman of American International Group Inc., talks about Detroit’s $386 million deficit and outlook for the city. Kevyn Orr, Detroit’s emergency manager, is holding a closed-door creditor meeting today intended to cap the creation of a recovery plan for the city. Miller speaks with Erik Schatzker and Scarlet Fu on Bloomberg Television’s “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)

UniCredit’s Ghizzoni Survives Calls for Management Shift
47:22 - UniCredit SpA said its board unanimously backs Chief Executive Officer Federico Ghizzoni, rebuffing shareholders who have called for a change in management. The comments came in a regulatory statement Tuesday after Italy’s biggest bank said fourth-quarter profit fell on one-time charges related to the lender’s reorganization and its share of costs for winding down four Italian banks.
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