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Banker -- or Reptile?!

As a final capper to our week of Lehman coverage, we humbly offer a different look at the masters of the universe who played the game, ruled the street, and walked away with wheelbarrow loads of cash. We've matched shots of some of the coldest, hardest predators in the world... and a bunch of cuddly reptiles.

Seven Villians of the Financial Crisis: Where Are They Now?

The financial crisis was produced by a complex set of circumstances, including a massive housing bubble, poor regulation and irresponsible lending on an epic scale. A handful of bankers became the public faces of the crisis, and now, two years later, we take a look at what became of them.

Where Were You When Lehman Brothers Collapsed?

From the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to the cubicles and boardrooms of New York's biggest banks, when Lehman Brothers failed, it was clear that the rules had suddenly changed. Here are some recollections of that day in September, 2008.

CNBC Anchor's Book Is a Fly on the Wall for Lehman's Fall

This week marks the second anniversary of an event that shook the financial industry to its core. In her newly released book, 'The Weekend that Changed Wall Street,' CNBC anchor Maria Bartiromo gives an insider's look at the fateful days surrounding the fall of Lehman Brothers.

Capitol Hill Revisits the Lehman Brothers Collapse

Timothy Geithner and Ben Bernanke told lawmakers on Tuesday that the Lehman bankrupcty is the best example of the need for the Obama administration's proposed financial regulatory reforms. Former CEO Dick Fuld defended the bank, claiming it was hit by a "perfect storm."