NEW YORK (AP) -- Lehman Brothers has scheduled a hearing in its bankruptcy case that could lead to a judge's approval of an asset sale.
The investment bank, which filed the biggest U.S. bankruptcy case on Monday, has on its agenda for the meeting Tuesday afternoon a motion that seek a judge's approval to sell certain assets.
The Wall Street Journal was reporting on its Web site that Lehman was close to reaching a deal to sell its U.S. broker-dealer unit to Barclays.
The hearing was scheduled to be held at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Southern District of New York, before Judge James Peck.
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