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A view from the center of the Lehman Brothers collapse

A view from the center of the Lehman Brothers collapse

Sep 14, 2018

(U.S. Edition) There are only 14 weeks to go until Christmas. Perhaps it's a little too early to think about holiday shopping, unless you're a retailer. With a mere few months to go before holiday shopping season, companies are gearing…

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A view from the center of the Lehman Brothers collapse

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Tom Russo, former general counsel at Lehman Brothers and AIG, talked to us about how the fall of Lehman Brothers could have been stopped.
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(U.S. Edition) There are only 14 weeks to go until Christmas. Perhaps it’s a little too early to think about holiday shopping, unless you’re a retailer. With a mere few months to go before holiday shopping season, companies are gearing up to hire a lot of workers. Also, 10 years ago, Lehman Brothers was on the verge of filing for bankruptcy. It eventually became the largest bankruptcy in history. On Friday, we spoke with Tom Russo, who was the general counsel of Lehman Brothers at the time, as part of our Divided Decade series examining the 2008 financial crisis. Today’s show is sponsored by Indeed (indeed.com/marketplace) and the U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve Visa Infinite Card (usbank.com/altitude).(09/14/2018)