Bank of America probe after hard-working intern dies
LONDON (AFP) - Bank of America Merill Lynch launched a review of working conditions on Friday following the death of a German intern who had reportedly worked for long hours at its London offices.
Student Moritz Erhardt, 21, was six weeks into a seven-week placement when his body was found in the shower at his temporary lodgings in the British capital last week.
His death sparked a debate over long hours and tough working conditions in the City of London, Europe's largest financial centre.
"We are deeply shocked and saddened by the news of Moritz Erhardt's death.