How Germany is kicking its meat habit
Germany has made itself an outlier in global meat consumption by embracing plant-based food and politics.Once Oktoberfest is done, Germans will keep drinking beer; Germany, after all, ranks sixth in the world in per capita alcohol consumption. But the decadent displays of meat at Oktoberfest aren’t necessarily indicative of Germans’ year-round eating habits. In fact, Germany is one of the few places in the world where meat consumption is decreasing — and fast.
Intel has collected its annual goals in the past quarter after a drop in sales and red numbers. © Ralf Hirschberger/dpa Intel had to reduce his annual forecast.
The Chipriese expects less sales and profits than three months ago. Investors temporarily dropped the share in post -market trade on Thursday by more than ten percent.
Intel's turnover fell by 22 percent to $ 15.3 billion (15 billion euros) in the second business quarter completed at the beginning of July. The bottom line was that there was a loss of $ 454 million after winning a good $ five billion a year earlier. One trigger was the decline in proceeds in the PC business by a quarter to $ 7.7 billion, as Intel said.
for the entire year Intel now lowered the sales forecast to $ 65 to $ 68 billion of $ 76 billion. The adjusted profit per share is now also expected significantly lower. The numbers clearly failed to expect the analysts.
Metricon: Construction giant tells dozens of staff they will be sacked on Microsoft Teams .
Building giant Metricon has fired dozens of its sales staff via an online video chat as the company confirms it is in the middle of a restructure and will shed jobs. In a Microsoft Teams video chat on Monday, Metricon told its staff it would cut its NSW sales team, which is roughly 60 employees, down to 18 and would let go 15 trainee sales consultants. Staff unable to be redeployed were offered redundancy payouts while trainee staff were terminated without job offers elsewhere in the company or severance payments.