AIG still hasn’t paid back the $45 million in bonuses they promised Andrew Cuomo they’d return by the end of the year. An attorney for some of the bonus recipients emphasized to the Washington Post that the agreement were voluntary and nonbinding.
Will Andrew Cuomo release their names, like he threatened to back in March?
His office declined to comment, but perhaps the feisty Attorney General is softening up. “It’s hard to pin the blame,” he said of the financial crisis, in a speech to business leaders in Palisades last week. “It’s rather like ‘Murder on the Orient Express’; everyone pointing fingers, but who is the guilty party?”