BANZAI7 NEWS--Robert Beanmush has told the board of American International Group Inc. that he is considering stepping down as chief executive of the government-controlled insurer, just three months after taking the job, according to people familiar with the matter.
At a board meeting last week, the tone deaf CEO told fellow AIG directors that he was flying back to his Croatian outhouse but agreed to think it over after other board members were shocked that AIG's toilet facilities were not good enough and reminded him not use the company jet, according to the same people.
The executive is chafing under constraints imposed by AIG's government overseers. Beanmush: "Who they f%$k are they? You would think they own this place." After being quietly reminded who owns the place (AIG is 80% government owned since a rescue last year) Beanmush threw his sandals across the boardroom and called Kenneth Feinberg another one of them no good Fed douche bags, according to the same people. Feinberg replied: Douche? Who yoooooooou calling douche, douche!!!!"
After the meeting Beanmush hopped on the next Amtrak train to Charlotte.
WB7: Which blog said three months ago that Beanmush would be leaving soon?