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Tales From Lehman's Crypt: How Former Employees Are Faring

11/12/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

True, thousands of financial industry jobs have vanished and several of the country's best-known banks and brokerage firms have disappeared. Since a peak in 2007, the market valuation of the country's 29 biggest financial services firms has been cleaved by about half. But significant parts of Wall Street endure, and some firms are raking in handsome profits. Indeed, many bankers and traders are looking forward to big bonuses once again.

Some of those Lehman alumni who didn't manage to hang on to Wall Street jobs are still angry, bitter and confused...

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