Coming nearly two weeks after an announcement that many of American International Group's executives would receive their bonuses, the Treasury Department last Friday released a statement saying that compensation packages for the CEOs of bailed-out firms, including AIG, would not increase.

Patricia Geoghegan, the Acting Special Master for TARP Executive Compensation, released the 2011 compensation determinations for the “top 25” executives at the four remaining companies that received exceptional TARP assistance—AIG, Ally Financial, Chrysler and GM.

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