Story in The Independent:
A 21-year-old who was interning at a London investment bank has died after reportedly working 72 hours in a row.
Moritz Erhardt was an exchange student from Germany studying at the University of Michigan and was interning at the Bank of America in London when he died, seven days before he was due to complete his summer internship.
One 20-year-old told the Evening Standard in 2011 that "you work whatever hours you’re asked to".
He added: "Every intern’s worst nightmare is what’s called 'the Magic Roundabout' – which is when you get a taxi to drive you home at 7am and then it waits for you while you shower and change and then takes you back to the office."