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Company overview lehman brothers, inc operates as a investment bank that serves institutional, corporate, government, and high-net-worth individual clients. The lehman brothers collapse on september 15, 2008, lehman brothers holdings, inc filed for bankruptcy the filed bankruptcy was the largest in history easily surpassing previous bankrupt filings of companies such as enron and worldcom. 10 th anniversary of lehman’s collapse on september 11 th , 2008 lehman brothers put itself up for sale after no buyers materialized, the firm filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy on saturday the 15.
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