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Deutsche Bank Employees Might Want To Avoid Cafeteria Fare For The Time Being

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  1. Dbanked says:

    they were not washing their hands (and wiping front to back) despite signage telling them to do so. Happy to see the inspectors stepping up to the plate. Now if the DOJ does the same…

  2. The Chef says:

    Is this for their Credit Rating?  Moody’s and S&P finally doing some work

    • PasteSpecialFormats says:

      Ratings Analyst: This pile of fruit looks rotten.

      Food Service: No…see…if you mix them up like this [shakes bowl of rotten apples and bananas]…see! Now eveything is fine!

      Ratings Analyst: I don’t know about that…

      Food Service: Look, do you want your free lunch or not?

      Ratings Analyst: That big old ‘A’ will look nice out front.

  3. You wanna rating? says:

    *

    -Zagat

  4. karry ludlow says:

    :-D

    -The Management at Hale & Hearty Maiden Lane

    • Sal Monella says:

      Hey Assholes,
      OK, so maybe it was my fault for getting the egg salad sandwich last summer at your shithole last year. But the squirts, cramps and puking you caused left me far from Hale and Hearty. So fuck you and may your future career involve UBS at some point.

  5. Guest says:

    is this because of the trail of shit we tracked in??

    – MortgageIT

  6. InsiderorPonzi says:

    Bess

    Can we ever get anything on Wells Fargo? I was in Las Vegas at their conference and they are soooooo arrogant.   Head of Equities had Michael Lewis for a Q and A at luncheon but did all the speaking, telling Michael L. what Dodd Frank meant for him.

    • Anonymous says:

      Bess has a mortgage with us, please try not to piss us off or we will foreclose on her ass with no proof of ownership.

      -Linda Green
      Vice President
      Wells Fargo Florida

  7. JS says:

    “grade pending” means that it is going to be a B or C, but is still being reviewed.

    This website changed my life:
    http://www.nyc.gov/html/doh/html/rii/index.shtml

  8. Guest says:

    Ah very funny, not! So if you are a Deutsche bank employee outside Germany, you should also watch out, meaning they import all their food from Germany? Not sure this is a laughing matter, this is about the serious food poisoning occurring today in Germany, seems more than 200 people got sick from eating contaminated salad, tomatoes or cucumbers which had a serious intestine VTEC virus which has already killed 3 people. In europe this is big news, not too sure in the US.

  9. Guest says:

    How is this newsworthy?

    UBS Sucks

    • Guest says:

      Sucked. Past tense. 2011 is a rebuilding year.

    • Guestl says:

      Dealbreaker regularly does a range of stories, from more serious ones, to ones that are amusing like the fact that an investment bank’s cafeteria is filthy. Seriously is this your first time on the site? 

    • Guest says:

      What do you define as newsworthy, champ? 

    • CT says:

      That’s rich coming from a guy repeating a joke that got old 8 months ago.

  10. Zukma Twat says:

    Salad, tomatoes, cucumbers, and …

    more mayo.  There, I said it, now I feel better.

  11. Janey says:

    It is because they let bums hang out in the courtyard.

  12. Guest says:

    Looked exactly the same 6 years ago

  13. Guest says:

    looks the same as it did when it was JP Morgan

  14. rRLnwo Thank you for your article.Really thank you! Keep writing.

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