Thyssenkrupp in crisis: high losses, poor prospects

thyssenkrupp in crisis: high losses, poor prospects

Thyssenkrupp still deep in the red under new chairman martina merz.

With a net loss of 372 million euros in the first three months of the current fiscal year, the steel and industrial group has already posted a higher loss than in the whole of the previous year, as the company announced on thursday.

Debt has risen sharply, equity is almost depleted. And no improvement is in sight for the time being. For the year as a whole, the essen-based company is expecting a significantly worse result than in 2018/19, which ended with a deficit of 260 million euros.

Dr. Christine theiss spends “every free minute” with her daughter

Dr. Christine theiss spends 'every free minute' with her daughter

A woman wins for the first time? On sunday, 2. April (20:15), it’s that time again. Sat.1 shows the rough final of this year’s season of "the biggest loser. As finalists, lukas (31), david (32) and alexandra (33) will battle it out for the title and 50.000 euro prize money. In the run-up to the final show, moderator dr. Christine theiss (37) talks to the news agency spot on news about the season and her special view of things since she became a mother last year.

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Dr. Christine theiss spends 'every free minute' with her daughter

What was special for you in this year’s season??

Dr. Christine theiss: we had couples in camp this year. And these constellations have in part unleashed unexpected dynamics that have surprised even us old hands and presented us with new challenges. In part, there were also low levels of motivation, which we did not know in this form. We – that is, the coaches mareike spaleck and ramin abtin, camp doctor victor lorenzo da silva, nutrition advisor friedrich napieraj and i – have been able to turn the oar around and all of us together have been able to get back to the project of "losing weight" concentrated.

The okomodel region is gaining momentum

A spirit of optimism prevailed in the packed parish hall in order to advance the now state-recognized eco-model region of francophone switzerland and to fill it with life. The "future of gobweinstein" association had invited to this kick-off event. Its chairman, klaus-dieter preis, was fascinated that so many interested parties from the two integrated rural development communities (ile) "wirtschaftsband a9 – franconian switzerland" were present and "france switzerland active were followed.

As spokesman for the two iles, pegnitz mayor uwe raab made it clear that he was afraid and anxious after hearing the presentations by german climate researchers harald lesch and hans joachim schnellhuber. Because man is systematically destroying the global foundations of life. Municipalities in germany had already declared a climate emergency. For this reason, the two iles decided to apply for francophone switzerland as an eco-model region.

Following the success of this application, the aim now is to get more farms in french-speaking switzerland to convert to organic farming methods. According to raab, this is to be achieved through better networking of producers, processors, consumers and the region’s coarse cakes. To this end, he announced the formation of a steering group to work in close cooperation with the political leaders of the member municipalities. The project management for this must now be installed. For the time being, the two iles have an annual budget of 100,000 euros, 75 percent of which is required by the free state.

New meeting room, more offices?

The meeting of the city council in baunach focused on plans for the remodeling of the city hall. According to mayor tobias roppelt (CBB), a reorganization has been under discussion for a long time. The reasons: there are too few offices, the archives must be reorganized, a social room is to be built in and the meeting room relocated. The attic, which is over 50 years old, also needs to be renovated. Architect christoph gatz presented the ideas.

Meeting room on the top floor

With the help of a presentation gatz explained the reconstruction of the town hall. The meeting room is to be moved to the attic floor. A view window with a view of the old town hall is planned. Space for buror rooms and a tea kitchen will be created. The archives will also be located on the top floor, and a social room with access to the roof terrace is also planned. Offices could be created out of the current meeting room as well as a conference room. The hallway on the upper floor must be divided due to fire protection and a fire wall must be installed. An oriel is to secure the second escape route from the meeting room.

Helmut ortlauf of the dorsch planning office explained the implementation of the heating center on the basis of a design plan. Air ventilation and fire protection were also presented. Hubert hahn from hahn-muno engineering company presented the cost calculation. The total costs for the remodeling of the town hall amount to 1.5 million euros.

Bka warns against terror on fubball fan miles

This was reported by BKA chief jorg ziercke to the federal and state interior ministers in a confidential meeting on friday, reports "spiegel online". Visitors to the spectacle had to be prepared for tighter security measures. On saturday evening the teams of borussia dortmund and bayern munchen will meet in the final in in london.

Ziercke spoke to the interior ministers of a "serious indication" spoken, hit it. However, similar indications had turned out to be wrong in the past. London has also been on alert for days after two suspected islamists murdered a british soldier on the street. In mid-april, three people were killed in a bomb attack on the boston marathon. More than 200 were injured.

Fan miles for public viewing have been set up in many german cities. Berlin police initially declined to comment on details of the security sweeps around the fan mile in the capital city. Bag checks, for example, are part of the routine at large events, said a police spokesman. "We move in berlin with the safety basically on a high level."

Slack share slumps after quarterly figures

Slack share slumps after quarterly figures

The office chat service slack so disappointed investors with its forecast for the upcoming business that the company at times lost a fifth of its value.

In pre-market U.S. Trading on thursday, sentiment improved somewhat, and the stock was still down about twelve percent.

Slack’s figures for the past fiscal quarter, which ended in january, exceeded analysts’ estimates, but its revenue forecast for the current quarter failed to meet expectations.

Adventures in dream weather

The 18-day event took place in beautiful weather. Leisure time of the catholic youth neudrossenfeld instead of. Around 70 children and young people pitched their tents in wickendorf near teuschnitz with their caregivers.

The rough tents had already been pitched and set up the day before. The children’s tents were also erected quickly thanks to the help of parents. After that, the young adventurers said goodbye to their fathers and mothers to enjoy a week of pure nature.

The drought posed a special challenge this year: a campfire without flames. A string of LED lights had to be used as a substitute, and so the kids sang their songs in the glow of the artificial light.

Gleusdorf trial: “no culpability established”

Gleusdorf trial: 'no culpability established'

It is an idiosyncratic atmosphere in the courtroom, which is well filled despite the corona crisis. A mammoth trial with first 13 and then another eleven trial days is coming to an end – and everyone already suspects what the verdict will be. On that friday the 13th., then only the presiding judge manfred schmidt has the floor, his verdict can be summarized in two short sentences: the three defendants, the former home manager of the senior citizens’ residence schloss gleusdorf, her care service manager and the home doctor at the time are acquitted and also all exonerated. The costs of the proceedings are borne by the state treasury.

Schmidt’s explanation, which lasted just under an hour, was well-structured and all the more detailed. "It is not the task of the court to uncover the possible misconduct in gleusdorf from 2011 to 2016", schmidt made clear. That is the task of the administrative authorities, which had also reacted with operating orders and prohibitions.

It was about five charges

Out of two file trucks full of investigative procedures, five charges had remained. And if the end result is an acquittal, "then that’s just the way it is". The grand jury was concerned only with the five accused cases; the charges were manslaughter by omission, abuse of a ward and grievous bodily harm. "In these five cases, we do not believe that it was as presented in the indictment." The court had evaluated and examined extensive nursing files, service plans and medical documents, and had heard all essential witnesses. "I became to say that we cleared up this case very fundamentally", explained schmidt. There had been no evidence of any missing files or allegedly manipulated documentation.

Where have all the patients gone??

Where have all the patients gone??

The dental surgeries are in a frenzy as the year draws to a close. Before the flurry of flashbulbs at the family party on christmas, another tooth cleaning was in order, the filling in the molar should be checked for its firmness before it meets the filling of the christmas goose. And if you don’t have a stamp in your bonus booklet, you can quickly make an appointment for the checkup. This year, however, everything is a bit different for dentists as well. Calm.

Dr. Dorothea ebenhoh, spokeswoman for the dentists in the district of kitzingen, sounds the alarm cautiously. She runs a practice in mainstockheim with her sister dr. Julia ebenhoh. The two dentists agree on one thing: times have become difficult to calculate. "We lack planning reliability," explains julia ebenhoh, referring to two things: on the one hand, patients are unsettled, canceling appointments at short notice more often than usual or not coming at all. On the other hand, also for financial reasons, they wanted to wait with a tooth replacement and not have the treatment carried out under the current circumstances. "That makes it even more difficult for us to plan."Their employees are on short time, so that financial losses can be compensated for. Dentists could not expect state aid, however, female dr. Ebenhoh.

Costs are rising

At the same time, the cost of medical hygiene products has skyrocketed, and some of them are not always available. Just a year ago, medical mouth and nose protection was available for three euros per 50 pieces; today, the same number costs 20 euros. An even more massive price increase, because the consumption is much higher than for the masks, is to be complained about for the gloves. The package now costs twelve euros instead of 3.50 euros – although the demand among the general population may have risen to a much lesser extent than for the masks. And availability is still not always guaranteed. "We always have to look at what’s on the market at the moment," says julia ebenhoh. It suspects that the material has been misused as a speculative object and would like to see more support from the company’s representatives in this regard. Rough practices with many employees could end up in financial difficulties if the situation persists. And also the laboratories would lack sometime of orders.

Groblangheim helps finance animal shelter

The new construction of the kitzingen animal shelter has occupied the city and county of kitzingen for years. This is also confirmed by a letter from the district association of the bavarian municipal association, which was read out by mayor karl hochner at the meeting of the groblangheim market town council on tuesday evening. The community of groblangheim is involved in financing the new building, which cost between 2.4 and 2.6 million. The decision to do so was unanimous.

Since the funds of the kitzingen animal welfare association are not sufficient and the municipalities are responsible for lost and found animals, which are then handed over to the animal shelter, the district association of municipalities agreed in february of this year to co-finance the new home, since there would be a coverage gap of about 1.5 million euros, after the district council promised a grant of 300,000 euros. To close the funding gap with a 20-year loan, an annual fee from the municipalities is necessary. After 70 cents per inhabitant had been paid to the animal shelter as a rule in the past, an amount of 1.5 to 1.7 euros now had to be paid, according to the suggestion of the district association.

Final per-capita amount not yet determined

The groblangheim council voted unanimously to contribute proportionately to the repayment and the interest burden yet to be determined, which is why the final amount of the per capita burden could not be disclosed. "This is a balanced method of payment, which does not overburden the municipalities and also leaves a certain margin", the mayor stated.

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