Following the completion of an internal review, insurer American International Group Inc. finally filed its repeatedly delayed 2004 annual report.
The insurer, which is under investigation by state and federal regulators over accounting issues, restated its results for 2000 through 2003 and adjusted its 2004 results, lowering profits by nearly $4 billion.
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