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Deutsche Bank Proves That It Reads Dealbreaker By Taking Our Advice

You're welcome, Deutsche, we love you too.

Hashtag construction, like global banking, is hard.

And if you won't take our word for it, take our example from last Friday. Deutsche Bank wanted everyone to get chatty about doing good, but instead ended up maybe promoting the notion that everyone is creeping on everyone else.

But apparently unlike global banking, Deutsche Bank found that fixing hashtags is easy. Per our tipster inside the house of Cryan, it appears that Deutsche has made a significant clarification to #Everyonestalking:

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And at #EveryoneIsTalking about how psyched we are to see that Deutsche reads up so closely. Wir lieben dich, bebe.



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