Three days that shook the world

The most powerful people in American capitalism convened on September 12 to try and save Lehman Brothers. Three months later, it is clear that the egos, passions and prejudices of the participants in those meetings have reordered the American business landscape.

The last days of LehmanFormer Lehman Vice Chairman Barbara Byrne recounts the emotion and confusion surrounding the fall of the investment giant. More video
Fuld takes full responsibilityLehman Bros. Chmn. and CEO Richard Fuld told a congressional committee he would do things differently if he could turn back the clock. Morevideo
A $50 billion deal in 48 hoursMerrill CEO John Thain explains how the deal with Bank of America and his firm came together so quickly over the weekend. Morevideo
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