One Year after Lehman It's Business as Usual Again for Wall Street's Casino Capitalists

One year after the bankruptcy of US investment bank Lehman Brothers, governments are divided over what lessons should be learned from the crisis. But the more the economy recovers, the less desire there is to implement radical reforms -- and many bankers have already returned to their old casino capitalism ways.
Von SPIEGEL Staff
Photo Gallery: The Party Continues on Wall Street
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Photo Gallery: The Party Continues on Wall Street

Photo Gallery: The Party Continues on Wall Street
Foto: Seth Wenig/ AP
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Photo Gallery: The Party Continues on Wall Street

Photo Gallery: The Party Continues on Wall Street
Foto: Seth Wenig/ AP
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Photo Gallery: The Party Continues on Wall Street

Photo Gallery: The Party Continues on Wall Street
Foto: Seth Wenig/ AP
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Photo Gallery: The Party Continues on Wall Street

Photo Gallery: The Party Continues on Wall Street
Foto: Seth Wenig/ AP
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Photo Gallery: The Party Continues on Wall Street

Photo Gallery: The Party Continues on Wall Street
Foto: Seth Wenig/ AP
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Photo Gallery: The Party Continues on Wall Street

Photo Gallery: The Party Continues on Wall Street
Foto: Seth Wenig/ AP
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Photo Gallery: The Party Continues on Wall Street

Translated from the German by Christopher Sultan
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