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Lehman Lives on— and It's Getting Bigger

Financial giants refuse to die, Steven Davidoff explains

(Newser) - You might remember Lehman Brothers from its starring role in kicking off 2008's financial crisis by declaring bankruptcy, and hence, you might think it is dead and buried. But you'd be wrong, writes Steven Davidoff in the New York Times : Lehman is actually still shambling around, zombie-like, and... More »

Tishman, Lehman Close REIT Deal

$13.5B offer for apartment giant marks major privatization

(Newser) - In a penthouse-level play, real estate developer Tishman Speyer Properties and investment bank Lehman Brothers will spend $13.5 billion to buy the nation's second-largest apartment owner. The $60.75 per share offer for real estate trust Archstone-Smith, confirmed this morning, will take the company private in a deal worth... More »

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