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# Lehman Brothers

All time
# evergrande
Why is the potential collapse of a Chinese property group causing ructions across the world?
The cash-strapped behemoth has borrowings of $300 billion.
# Financial Crisis
An anniversary without celebration: It's five years since Lehman Brothers collapsed
After just barely pulling back from the precipice, industry is picking up, home prices are gaining, banks are stable and American consumers have started spending – albeit still with great caution.
Column: Giving away money can lead to priceless experiences
How can people benefit from giving away free money? The organiser of Free Money Day, Donnie Maclurcan explains all you need to know.
# Debt Crisis
Cowen compares banking crisis to 'multiple plane crashes occurring at once'
In a speech in Washington, the former taoiseach also attacks conventional political thinking in advance of the crisis.
Postcard from an accidental emigrant
A temporary spell abroad to be wound up at a time of their choosing has morphed into an enforced economic exile for journalist Gary Finnegan and his partner.
# European Banks
European Bank Stocks Now Just Trade Based On Their Odds Of Defaulting
How European bank stocks reacted to the collapse of Lehman Brothers.