OUT AND ABOUT: Maurice “Hank” Greenberg isn’t hiding his head in shame while New York State Attorney General office regulators continue their investigation into alleged accounting irregularities at American International Group Inc. Instead, AIG’s former chairman and chief executive officer is lunching at that most venerated — and public — lunch spot: the Four Seasons. “He’s in several times a week,” said a source. “You know, he has a lot of time on his hands these days.”
Greenberg, 79, was ousted from the insurance giant in March, where he had worked for four decades. And despite last week’s filing of a civil suit against him and AIG by New York regulators, he was at the Four Seasons on Wednesday for lunch and went around “glad-handing,” according to a fellow diner.
What’s next, his own version of “The Apprentice”?