Think you could feel bad for AIG bonus-getters? Read this…

by J. Money - Last updated March 11, 2012

Whether you believe AIG is in the right or wrong with this bonus fiasco, you can’t help but wonder what it’s like from an insider. Particularly one who received one of these bonuses, and who writes an extremely interesting letter before he walks out the door. It’s a long one (that’s what she said!), but it sure does make you think twice about bashing them…Courtesy of Consumerist, here’s Jake DeSantis’ public resignation letter from AIG.

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