AIG Impairments Top $600 Million as Elderly Outlast Lifespan BetZachary Tracer
American International Group Inc. had more than $600 million in impairments since the end of 2010 on death-benefits bets as the company was stuck paying insurance premiums for people who lived longer than the firm expected.
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