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Insurance brokerage Aon says it will resume accepting contingent commissions from insurers. The move comes five years after Aon, along with brokerage giants Marsh and Willis Group, agreed to forgo such commissions in a settlement that followed then-New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer’s investigation into bid-rigging in the industry.

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