Closing Arguments: Year After Lehman Collapse, Has Anything Changed?

By David Schoetz

Sep 15, 2009 11:45pm

A year ago today, the investment banking giant Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy — opening the door to a total economic collapse and full-blown recession. An ABC News poll this week found that 65 percent of Americans have been hurt by the meltdown. A staggering 15 million people are out of work. And now, you're hearing some of the same headlines that triggered outrage a year ago: more big bonuses and the same risky lending that got us into this mess. So tonight, we ask you: Has the culture really changed on Wall Street? Tell us what you think. You can follow "Nightline" anytime on Twitter:  

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