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Lehman Brothers

Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. (Pink Sheets: LEHMQ, former NYSE ticker symbol LEH) was a global financial-services firm which, until declaring bankruptcy in 2008, participated in business in investment banking, equity and fixed-income sales, research and trading, investment management, private equity, and private banking. It was a primary dealer in the U.S. Treasury securities market. Its primary subsidiaries included Lehman Brothers Inc., Neuberger Berman Inc., Aurora Loan Services, Inc., SIB Mortgage Corporation, Lehman Brothers Bank, FSB, Eagle Energy Partners, and the Crossroads Group. The firm's worldwide headquarters were in New York City, with regional headquarters in London and Tokyo, as well as offices located throughout the world. Read More

Articles About Lehman Brothers

Fed Officials see more QE Cuts, Changes to Low-rate Vow
Records Show Fed on Edge During Darkest Days of 2008 Crisis

By Reuters

Federal Reserve policymakers, in a tense meeting on one of the darkest days of the financial crisis, worried Lehman Brothers' failure would wreak havoc on a teetering financial system but feared cutting interest rates might prove an over-reaction. (Feb 22)

MORE TOPICS: FEDERAL RESERVE, UNEMPLOYMENT, BEN BERNANKE, AIG, GOLDMAN SACHS, MORGAN STANLEY

Ex-Lehman Banker Lawrence McCarthy Who Predicted ‘Swaps Traders Would Bring Down the World’ Dies

By IBTimes UK

Financial world mourns McCarthy who was 49 and died on 12 December at Roosevelt Hospital, New York (Dec 13)

MORE TOPICS: FIXED-INCOME, TWITTER, NEW YORK

Cass Business School: Bail-Ins Are Not a Magic Cure all For Bank Failure

By IBTimes UK

Bank bail-ins could produce some interesting outcomes for Eurozone markets and countries according to academic (Dec 13)

MORE TOPICS: FINANCIAL REFORM, PORTUGAL, EUROPEAN UNION, INVESTMENT

Spain's Outlook: Bankia Woes Signal Fragility of Deeper Economy

By IBTimes UK

Bankia’s slow return to profit and recovery is a metaphor for Spain's economic malaise (Oct 29)

MORE TOPICS: UNEMPLOYMENT, IMF, ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND, GDP, EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK, INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Sotheby's Auctions Antiques of Ex-Lehman Brothers President Joseph Gregory

By IBTimes UK

Gregory, who left Lehman Brothers just months before its collapse, is selling off his antiques collection. (Oct 25)

MORE TOPICS: MORTGAGE, INVESTMENT, NEW YORK

Fugitive Ex-UBS Chief Raoul Weil Arrested in Italy in Client Tax Evasion Case

By IBTimes UK

Former Swiss banker Raoul Weil and head of global wealth manager at UBS arrested after registering in hotel. (Oct 22)

MORE TOPICS: MANAGEMENT, LAWYER

JPMorgan May Pay Record $13 Billion Fine For Role In Subprime Mortgage Crisis

By Economy Watch

U.S. banking giant JP Morgan Chase will reportedly pay $13 billion to end federal and state investigations into mortgage-backed securities it sold before the financial crisis, marking the largest civil penalty ever levied onto a U.S. (Oct 21)

MORE TOPICS: BANK OF AMERICA, NEW YORK, ATTORNEY GENERAL, MORTGAGE, SETTLEMENT

Japan: Economic Mood Lifting the Land of the Rising Sun

By IBTimes UK

Reuters monthly survey predicts sentiment will rebound by January, 2014. (Oct 18)

MORE TOPICS: MANUFACTURING, JAPAN, RETAIL, BANK OF JAPAN

Impact of US Default: Another Recession, Market Meltdown and a Bank Run

By IBTimes UK

Another recession, a fall in the value of dollar, rising funding woes for banks, a global market crash -- all these and more could be the fallout of a US default. (Oct 16)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, FEDERAL RESERVE, DOW JONES, FIXED-INCOME, GDP, JAPAN

Students Snub Banking Roles Following Lehman Brothers Collapse

By IBTimes UK

Deloitte says the profession is still the second most popular career choice. (Oct 16)

MORE TOPICS: MANUFACTURING