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Lehman anniversary: What could Gordon Brown learn from Dick Fuld?

By Elizabeth Kirkwood  

How to mark an anniversary? Whether a happy or sad occasion it’s always a tricky business, especially when that very anniversary is one marking a tricky business itself. A year on from the collapse of Lehman Brothers, perhaps the obvious choice is to flagrantly burn a wad of cash in the street, a sort of miniature funeral pyre to the ghost of the 160-year old bank. But for the more sensible among you a far more fascinating and less profligate way of…

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