Lehman Brothers stock tumbles, roiling the markets

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Shares of Lehman Brothers, the nation’s fourth-largest securities firm, have plummeted to the lowest level in a decade. Its upcoming third quarter earnings announcement is expected to reveal record losses. The firm is also reported to be selling its prized investment management business.
Ben White, reporter for The New York Times

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