The new boss isn't turning out to be the same as the old boss. Where former American International Group Inc. CEO Edward Liddy initially planned to swiftly liquidate many of the company's subsidiaries in an effort to repay its $80 billion in government loans, new chief Robert Benmosche seems to have a different strategy in mind.

This alternative strategy, Reuters reports, centers on selling stakes in its businesses rather than shedding entire units, which would allow the company to reap significant tax benefits.

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