Aon suffers $801m Q3 loss as it coughs up for failed Willis deal

Aon fell to a third-quarter loss of $801m after paying $1.3bn in termination fees and other related costs following the collapse of its planned mega-deal for Willis Towers Watson (WTW).

The loss compares to a profit of $441m in the same period last year and sees nine-month income fall 46% to $1.1...

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