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Aftermath
At around 1 p.m. Tuesday, Britain's FSA signed off on a deal and Barclays announced it had bought much of Lehman's business in the United States.

In the days following the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the government came to the rescue of AIG - to the tune of $150 billion; created the TARP - the Troubled Asset Relief Program - for $700 billion; and saved Citigroup from certain death by pumping in $45 billion in equity and effectively underwriting $306 billion in toxic assets Read more.

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Last updated December 16 2008: 4:23 PM ET
The last days of Lehman Former Lehman Vice Chairman Barbara Byrne recounts the emotion and confusion surrounding the fall of the investment giant. More video
Fuld takes full responsibility Lehman 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 hours Merrill CEO John Thain explains how the deal with Bank of America and his firm came together so quickly over the weekend. Morevideo