* The U.S. Treasury plans two large stock sales in 2011 * Key players in AIG restructuring are already moving on * Treasury weighed spinning off Chartis or SunAmerica * Fearing for staff safety, AIG redesigned identity cards By Paritosh Bansal, Kristina Cooke and David Lawder NEW YORK/WASHINGTON, Dec 21 (Reuters) - During a rainstorm in Washington in early 2009, amid the furor over Wall Street's post-bailout bonuses, an American International Group employee pulled out an umbrella ...
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