The subject of the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers can get emotional. Here's something written in by a markets professional soon after the fall.
'Although a lot of people (bond investors, shareholders, employees and pensioners) will have suffered from the fall of Lehman Brothers, I've got to say that, from a personal perspective, the bankruptcy of the firm was probably the best thing that could have happened to me.
Manchester City face a tricky start to the Champions League, travelling away to the Czech Republic to face Viktoria Plzen.
This was the moment it really hit home for most of Lehman's US staff - the moment that workmen started to take down the Lehman signage on the HQ building that now belongs to Barclays Capital (see pic to the right).
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.