Bailed-out firm American International Group (AIG) will be allowed to be flexible their compensation packages for certain high-paid employees, Reuters reports.

Patricia Geoghegan, Troubled Asset Relief Program's special master for executive compensation, still needs to approve pay packages for the top 100 earners at the four remaining companies that have received exceptional government assistance from the $700 billion program.

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