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Reuters: New Issue-ILFC sells $2.25 bln notes in two parts

May 19 (Reuters) - International Lease Finance Corp, aunit of American International Group Inc , on Thursdaysold $2.25 billion of senior unsecured notes, said IFR, aThomson Reuters service. Full story

Reuters: AIG stock sale draws initial investor interest - WSJ

NEW YORK, May 15 (Reuters) - Underwriters for the planned $9billion stock sale by American International Group Inc and the U.S. Treasury have indications of interest frominvestors for about half the offering, the Wall Street Journalreported on Sunday, citing people familiar with the matter. Full story

International Lease Finance Corp. names CFO

International Lease Finance Corp., the jet leasing unit of American International Group Inc., said Wednesday that it has named Elias Habayeb as chief financial officer, effective immediately. Full story

Movers roundup: AIG, Nuance

Among the stock activity stories for Monday, May 9, from the Associated Press: Full story

Reuters: UPDATE 5-AIG seeks to recoup billions it says lost to fraud

* AIG says suit is start of campaign to recover billions Full story

AIG sues, claiming it was defrauded by firms

American International Group sued two money management firms Thursday as the bailed-out insurer launched a fight to recoup billions of dollars it said it lost due to fraud. Full story

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Reuters: UPDATE 4-AIG sells off asbestos risk to Berkshire Hathaway

Reuters: IPO VIEW-Air Lease IPO could pave way for AIG's ILFC

Reuters: REFILE-U.S. pay czar OKs pay packages at AIG, Ally, GM

Reuters: UPDATE 1-AIG working on investing cash, may bid on bonds

AIG working on investing cash, may bid on bonds

Reuters: UPDATE 1-AIG, Ally, GM CEO compensation will not increase

Reuters: UPDATE 3-Fed rejects AIG bond offer, sets auction plan

Reuters: Bidders hope for Fed Maiden Lane II auction-source

Fed had record 2010 profit, Treasury got the bulk

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  GM worker defends bonuses

Fox News’ Eric Bolling criticized the bailed-out automaker for giving bonuses after the company’s first profitable year. Employee Jill Bowden explains what the bonuses mean to workers, while Ed Schultz shows how Fox didn’t have issues with AIG bonuses.

  AIG "Re-IPO" Delayed

AIG's secondary offering will be pushed back to late April or May, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.

  Berkowitz's Strategy for AIG

Bruce Berkowitz, of Fairholme Capital Management, delivers his insight on AIG.

  Benmosche to Stay

AIG chief Robert Benmosche will stay on the job, with CNBC's Mary Thompson.

  AIG Benmosche Remains CEO

Insight on whether AIG not looking for a new CEO anytime means for the company's succession plan, with Andrew Kilgerman, UBS.

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FILE - In this March 17, 2009 file photo, an AIG office building is shown in New York. American International Group is reporting net income of $1.45 billion for the first quarter as markets stabilized and the insurance giant avoided cutting the value of its assets.(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, file)