Marsh & McLennan agreed to an $850 million settlement with New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer to resolve allegations that the firm participated in a widespread insurance scam that involved rigging bids and paying off brokers, Spitzer's office announced Monday.

The settlement is one of the largest engineered by Spitzer during his three-year crusade against corporate malfeasance.

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