The NY Times looks at how former AIG head Maurice Greenberg is building a new company that one person called "A.I.G. Two"—especially since he's "raiding people out of 'A.I.G. One.'" Which could be nice for AIG execs who now face limited pay. The problem? The Times says, "People who work in the industry say that if he is already luring A.I.G.’s people, he may soon be siphoning off its business and, therefore, its means to repay its debt to the government."