The people bailed out AIG and own some 80% of the company, but AIG is suing to recover some $300 million in what it deems overpaid taxes for offshore tax haven abuses. They are suing for more than the people are trying to tax back from the bonuses. Unfortunately, even though the people own that 89%, they have no shareholder voting-rights and no representation on the board of directors. That's not fair or proper.
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