With some saying Lehman Brothers is running out of time to shore up its financial situation,CEO Dick Fuld remains under pressure as he attempts to find ways to raise funds and keep his job.
Lehman shares fell more than 6 percent in trading Monday, as it appeared the list of options available to Lehman to remain independent are narrowing.
A top South Korean regulator voiced concern about state-run Korea Development Bank's interest in buying a global bank, meanwhile, the list of potential bidders for Lehman's asset management business, which includes Neuberger Berman, is growing shorter.
Kohlberg Kravis Roberts has "expressed a high level of interest" in buying Leman, according to people close to the negotiations. But other private equity firms such as Blackstone Group have almost no interest in the Neuberger.
Observers weigh in on Fuld's future in the attached video: