This Saturday, September 15th, is the 10th anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers.
Today, my inbox was suddenly chock-a-block with pieces reminiscing about what went wrong, about what we learnt or didn’t learn, about what the next crisis could be.
Some were better than others. The trouble with all of them was, I fear, they are just too late.
The *Guardian* did a Lehman analysis piece in August. The Times had a whole package over the weekend. The *Standard* dabbled last week.
The *FT* has also had plenty to say.
Papers might return to it again, might want an outspoken op-ed if the writer has got something fresh to say.
In general though, I think the hacks had this one planned out before the flaks kicked in.