What to take from Lehman's failure

09/17/2009 | Harvard Business Review online

There are lessons for all financial firms in the failure of Lehman Brothers, Karen Berman and Joe Knight write. To stay out of similar trouble, they advise, watch for too much leverage, high debt-to-equity ratios and compensation plans that pay only for positive returns.

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