Age of Greed establish how the devoted and selfish pursuit of vast personal treasure has been on the growth in the United States over the last 40 years. Gordon Gekko’s arguments, detentions the soul of a very tangible era: the Age of Greed. This remained a period that starts when the first financial product was introduced on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in 1972 and finished with Lehman’s failure in 2008. It was a time when ‘greed is good’ and ‘bigger is better’ were the dual-mottos that seemed to support the American Dream. The story of Gordon Gekko becomes the heart of the environment of greed. The term ‘greed’ has etymological roots that relate to ‘hunger’ and ‘eagerness’. Greed turns like a disease in society – whereby an essentially strong cell in the body becomes selfish and ends up extinguishing its host. As significant as the greedy cell is the environment which allows it to live and succeeds. The Age of Greed endured not just something ‘out there’. It was not the sphere of a few crook traders. It is in detail a multi-level sensation, incorporating exclusive greed, banking greed, financial bazaar greed, corporate greed and ultimately the greed rooted in the capitalist system. “The Fall of the House of the Lehman Brothers” (Fraser, 2009), one of the eldest groups in the United States on Wall Street, delivers a flawless illustration of which way the regulation of free-market, greed, power, and fast answer solutions infects companies and businesses. Originated 158 years ago it was one of the major investment banking society in the United States of America. Over the 1930s, the Lehman Brothers prolonged into bleakly Securities industry when the U.S government forced all financial unions to choose between profitable banking and Securities. During the economic collapse of the 2007-2008 financial disaster state of the messy economy was in a shocking state. There were numerous sustainable features that was used to support stable the economy, but even though that only several economic societies were saved by the government active tactics. The bankruptcy and failure of the Lehman Brothers residue a catastrophe and instead of following procedure of saving the Lehman Brothers business, the government take a seat and let the Lehman Brothers to crash. Greed, force to remain cheap and the ravenous pursuit for rapid incomes and made Lehman powerless to meet the future financial doom that was to succeed it. This made it to act in so many immoral manners and interrupt basic CSR laws. The bankruptcy of the Lehman Brothers delivers a logical illustration of how people and industries let the passion of temporary greed and influence to control their choices.