Here are a few reactions to Anton Valukas's 2,200 page report on the underlying reasons for the collapse of Lehman Brothers in September 2008.
Lawrence McDonald, the author of the excellent 'A Colossal Failure of Common Sense: The Inside Story of the Collapse of Lehman Brothers' was in Toronto Monday, and The Financial Post caught up with him.
Former Lehman Brothers CEO Richard Fuld is appeared before the House Committee on Financial Services following the Lehman debacle.
Robert Lehman (September 29, 1891 – August 9, 1969) was an American banker, head of Lehman Brothers for decades and a notable race-horse owner, and important art-collector and philanthropist.
Former Treasury Secretary, Hank Paulson joined Bloomberg Television’s Tom Keene this week on 'Street Smart'.
In the five years since 7.56am on Monday 15 September 2008, when a judge put the UK arm of Lehman Brothers into administration, Tony Lomas has been unravelling the $1.1bn (£700m) of assets and liabilities inside the collapsed bank.
Will top bankers' behavior ever land them in jail ? Or are bad business decisions even a crime at all?
As the five-year anniversary of the Lehman Brothers collapse approaches, experts warn risks of another crisis still linger if regulators fail to get tough on larger banks.
On the 5th anniversary of the fall of Lehman Brothers, it might be worth sparing a thought for some of the other victims of this catastrophe - the thousands of employees who lost their jobs.
'Hi, I’m Dick Fuld, the most hated man in America'.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that three private equity fund advisers within The Blackstone Group have agreed to pay nearly $39m to settle charges that they failed to fully inform investors about benefits that the advisers obtained from accelerated monitoring fees and discounts on legal fees.
Potential investors in companies hoping to raise funds on European markets through stock market flotations have been “spooked” by fears over slowing growth in China, according to PwC, one of the largest professional services firms in the world.
Michael Horn, president and CEO of Volkswagen (VW) Group of America, will confirm he knew of the company’s emission rigging issues as early as spring 2014, according to a statement released ahead of a congressional inquiry on Thursday.