Five former executives at the reinsurance unit of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. and insurer American International Group Inc. have been charged in a fraud probe of the two companies, the Securities and Exchange Commission and Justice Department announced.
The charges are related to a transaction between Berkshire's General Re unit and AIG in 2000 that investigators have said improperly inflated AIG's books by $500 million.
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