Unsplash / Alona Kraft Deutsche-Bank/' title='Deutsche Bank News'>Deutsche Bank has reportedly stopped buying fresh fruit for staff as part of a drive to cut costs. A memo reported by the Financial Times says a decision was made by Deutsche's "cost catalyst steering committee" to remove the perceived unnecessary cost. The bank, which appointed a new CEO in April, is cutting back aggressively in numerous areas of its Business after several hard years. Deutsche Bank's latest cost-...

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