It was a bad enough look for Deutsche Bank that the lender started one of the largest rounds of Wall Street firings since Lehman this week. But the revelation that two tailors visited DB's London office on Monday to tailors custom $1,900 suits for some MDs while thousands of employees were being handed their walking papers heaped ridicule on the bank for the unforced PR blunder at an extremely sensitive time.
If only one of the tailors wasn't carrying a 'bitcoin' branded garment bag - then he likely wouldn't have been photographed by the press, which initially identified him as a just-fired DB employee, but soon corrected its mistake.
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The banks comms department refused to acknowledge the story when it first surfaced, but as the headlines spread, it seems CEO...