Lots and lots of coverage of the Lehmans shambles this week:
- Lehman bosses severely criticised – BBC
- Lehman bosses ‘used lazy gimmick’ – The Times
- Lehman 'hid billions' – report – The Independent
- JPMorgan, Citigroup helped trigger Lehman collapse,
report argues – The Telegraph
- Lehman report casts auditors in poor light – Financial Times
- London at centre of Lehman Brothers 'accounting
gimmick' – The Telegraph
- Fraud charges loom for Lehman Bros – The Independent
- Lehman report raises derivatives clearing fears – Financial Times
- Lehman Brothers 'sacked whistleblower after he raised
concerns with auditors' – The Telegraph
- Diamond's shining moment amid the crisis – Financial Times
- The lives of the Lehman ladies – The Times
- Further Lehmans revelations blocked by Barclays – The Times
- Lessons from the collapse of Bear Stearns – Financial Times
You can read the whole 2,300+ page report if you want, minus a few reducted pieces and the Barclays bits of course.
But what is missing online are the wonderfully clever pictures some of the papers included in their print reporting.
This one is from the Times on Saturday (doubleclick to enlarge):
Even better is this contrived shot of Dick Fuld the magician from the Sunday Times:
Just a shame that the paper has had to withdraw the news item online that this related to. I wonder if there's some libel laws being enacted?