It’s a scenario worthy of a vampire movie. A company once considered dead is still alive. Lehman Brothers, the first domino in a chain of events that brought the economy to its knees four years ago, remains an operating company as a cadre of about 340 staffers toil to sell off the investment bank’s holdings to satisfy creditors. Its real estate portfolio alone is worth $10 billion. Yet employees function in a much less ostentatious environment than other Wall Streeters. Last year’s holiday party was a distinctly low-key affair. By 2017, the bank is expected to be gone for good.
Opponents of young indexes say they're unrealistically pretty. Supporters say they're efficient.
The United State is not near the top of this list.
The rules might exclude entities with large U.S. insurance underwriting operations.
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