Court Oks Lehman Settlements To Free Up $15 Billion For Customers

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A judge on Tuesday approved a set of settlements among Lehman Brothers entities that will allow the company's defunct brokerage to pay back about $15 billion in customer claims.

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