He didn't turn AIG around in two months. Its always been firing on all cylinders.... before the AG got involved remember where AIG was at in terms of stock price and growth rate. This company didn't have any underlying gross malfeasances going on at all levels or in all divisions. There was some large entries where IMO the accounting is perhaps questionable but there is no GAAP methodology for these complicated insurance transactions and since there is no criminal indictment and litigation is civil nothing criminal was done wrong.
Next we need some upgrades and then when AIG hits $66 there will be some downgrades so that broker firms that didn't get their people in will get once last chance to get them in then we ride to $70.
AIG hasn't been firing on all cylinders. That's why Greenberg cheated. Business has been slowing down b/c AIG it was too big. Its in a slow decline and there's nothing Sullivan can do to fix it except maybe some positive cheerleading and pointless finger pointing.