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Barclays Capital CEO: Lessons were learnt

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Twelve months ago Lehman Brothers collapsed and its employees in New York packed their bags, thinking they were out of a job.

But a few days later Barclays bought the US operations of Lehman out of bankruptcy. It was a brave deal which has transformed Barclays Capital into one of the world's leading investment banks.

One year on, the BBC's North America Business Correspondent Greg Wood talked to the chief executive of Barclays Capital, Bob Diamond, and asked him how many of the old Lehman employees were still working for him.

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