SAN FRANCISCO - San Mateo County, Calif., which lost $155 million after Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. filed for bankruptcy in September, filed a lawsuit last week targeting the failed firm's executives and auditor.

County officials say the San Mateo County investment pool held $155 million of Lehman floating-rate notes and corporate bonds when the firm filed for bankruptcy Sept. 15.

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