Nazi Insurance Company Bids To Name New Meadowlands Football Stadium
It should be said that, apparently, Allianz has apologized for their Nazi past and worked together with Jewish organizations to make amends.
Of course, according to their own website, it wasn't until 1997 that Allianz began addressing its past as a Nazi-supporting company. Coincidentally, that was the same year Allianz was sued for not paying the life insurance policies of Holocaust victims:
"After a lawsuit was filed in 1997, Allianz immediately responded by establishing a 24-hour, multilingual telephone helpline in the United States, Europe and Israel to enable potential claimants with life insurance policies, from the Holocaust-era, to have their inquiries answered. We have offered immediate payment for each legitimate claim of Holocaust victims or their heirs that was found to have been unsettled after the end of the war."Interesting... you mean they didn't begin apologizing for their Nazi past until they were sued more than 50 years later?
"Since 1997 Allianz has been intensively engaged in addressing its past between 1933 and 1945."
[Update: Thanks entirely to my blog post, the Jets and Giants have canceled talks with Allianz.