Former American International Group Inc. leading man Maurice “Hank” Greenberg scored a victory over the company after a federal jury ruled in his favor in a case involving a dispute over $4.3 billion stock.

The case hinged on whether an investment firm run by Greenberg would have to reimburse New York-based AIG for shares removed from a retirement bonus fund.

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