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- Everything Trump touches dies or goes bankrupt and he walks away from the blazing inferno with that smug smirk. Not that DB didn’t deserve it; the writing was on the wall in neon, but how I’d love to see his ass fry for once.
- I wish I was still in my twenties, unfortunately I’m not. Michael Bloomberg (who is in his seventies btw, and hardly childish), said this today: “The President can say what he wants, but his environmental record is clear - and awful. Trump is the Pollution President.”
Couldn’t agree more.
I wish MB had run, would have totally voted for him, and that has nothing to do with where I work.
- You know, when the recession comes (and it will come) I bet you he will find someone to blame, like the Fed. Imagine having a manager who has never once taken responsibility for anything, never admitted a mistake, and only listens to people who constantly tell him how great he is. That’s the qualities you look for in a leader, right?
- Yeah and now Iran is enriching uranium again... there was a good deal with strong verification in place but Drumpf killed it because “Obama”. So now he will probably start a war with them because that’s the only way to stop them from getting nukes.
And who wants to make a deal with a guy who doesn’t even honor the deals previous presidents made?
- Well they didn’t stop entirely, which they didn’t have to. They just weren’t allowed to go over 3.67% under the deal, which the IAEA verified they didn’t do while the deal was still in effect. The IAEA inspectors had unprecedented levels of access to Iran’s nuclear facilities under the deal, which they took advantage of, spending 3000 man hours per year inspecting the facilities, installing thousands of surveillance cameras, tamper-proof seals etc. Now the IAEA has confirmed that Iran has begun enriching uranium to 4.5%, more than allowed under the deal. Even if you don’t trust the IAEA (which is a pretty competent agency I would say), US intelligence has also not found ANY evidence that they were in violation of the deal while it was in effect - otherwise Drumpf would have obviously presented it to us.
- Amazon ITdiotSince they committed so many crimes shouldn't the C-suites be taking the hit? I realize that is very unlikely, but it would be nice to see over killing 18k jobs.
- I am not at all loyal to the company. I find the employment reports they do / have as interesting, but the company operates in silos and horse and buggy style.
The facade of customer service and regulatory compliance take lead to any actual innovation.
I feel our apps are all disconnected and they don't internally advertise them well. We buy up companies and shelf competition but are stagnant.Jul 10 1
- State Street Corporation / Acctg BBJC58moreGet out and find a place. 18,000 is too many for the industry to absorb
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- AmOne MrGatsbyFor those 18,000 who lost their jobs, in memoriam, I just bought an $18,000 short position on DB. Cheers.
- If there are any engineers in the Raleigh-area office looking to exit drop me a DM. I'm hiring and would be happy to look at your resume.
- New jobu9395Notice no one from Deutsche is posting about any correlation to Trump. I know someone who used to work as an IB associate there. He saw the writing on the wall, left and went to JP Morgan. Nothing to do with Trump. TDS is real, even in the context of a poorly managed bank