Avoid being saddled with a hard-to-shake credibility problem. Portfolio readers voted Martin Sullivan, former chief of American International Group, as one of the least trustworthy CEOs on Wall Street. Why? Sullivan famously calculated the chances of AIG posting a loss at “close to zero,” only a few months before it posted $13 billion in losses.
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