Lehman Brothers went bankrupt. The government stepped in with billions to bail out banks. The Dow lost 20% of its value in a single week. The shock waves in 2008 shook financial markets across the nation; acutely in Northeast Ohio. Five years later, we'll look back at the meltdown, the bailouts, and the fallout and ahead at the strength of the recovery.
Marc A. Stefanski, president, CEO, Third Federal Savings
Kevin Jacques, associate professor of finance, Baldwin Wallace University
Teresa Dixon Murray, banking reporter, The Plain Dealer