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DGB boss criticizes Heil's home office plans
Federal Labor Minister Hubertus Heil (SPD) has to take severe criticism from the top of the German Trade Union Confederation (DGB) for his bill on mobile working. © Bernd von Jutrczenka / dpa Federal Labor Minister Hubertus Heil (r) and DGB boss Reiner Hoffmann are together at a press conference in the DGB headquarters in 2018. "This bill needs a significant upgrade in the interests of the employees," said DGB boss Reiner Hoffmann of the German press agency in Berlin.
The game of the night Even if Brooklyn is back fast, Philadelphia is still dominating the Eastern Conference , following his 111-97 victory over Dallas, tenth in the West. After a quiet start to the game, the 76ers accelerated in the second quarter to go for this rather easy victory, facing the Mavericks deprived of Kristaps Porzingis. In the space of six minutes, Philadelphia went from 33-32 (18th) to 59-43 (halftime), including 13 points from Joel Embiid, and the Texans were never able to come back to less than seven points. deviation then. The 76ers were up to 26 points ahead, in the middle of the last quarter, in the wake of their trio Joel Embiid (23pts, 9rbds, 4pds) - Seth Curry (15pts, 3rbds) - Ben Simmons (15pts, 3rbds, 7pds). Opposite, Luka Doncic was quite alone and he finished with 19 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, but also 7 lost balls, that is to say as much as all the 76ers put together… Dallas will now face the other ogre of the East , Brooklyn. MVP of the night It's getting better for Milwaukee! After losing five straight games, the third-place Bucks in the East posted a fourth straight win over 11-place New Orleans in the West. They won 129-125 in a very close meeting where the duel between Giannis Antetokounmpo and Zion Williamson kept all its promises. The Greek finished with 38 points (14 of 27 on shots including 2/5 at 3pts, and 8 of 10 on free throws), 10 rebounds and 4 assists, while the sophomore finished with 34 points (15 of 26 on shots including 0/2 at 3pts, and 4 of 5 on free throws), 8 rebounds and 6 assists. The Bucks led most of the time in this game, but never by more than eight points, and with two minutes remaining, the Pelicans led, 125-124, after a Williamson basket. But Milwaukee finished the game 5-0, with five points from his double MVP (one float, one dunk and one free throw)! The Clippers, opponents of the Bucks on Sunday, are warned, the "Greek Freak" is in great shape! The flop of the night The Clippers, in fact, were beaten this Thursday on the floor of Memphis, and quite widely: 122-94! Facing ninth in the Western Conference, the Utah Dolphins got off to a good start, only to collapse in the second half. While the Clippers had led by seven points at the end of the first quarter, they then completely lost the thread, like their two stars, Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, who finish at just 17 (42.9% success on shots) and 13 points (25%). The Grizzlies, who were leading 61-53 at halftime, continued to widen the lead, reaching +30 in the money-time. Tyus Jones (24) set his career record, scoring 20 points in 15 minutes, 9 of 11 on shots. Dillon Brooks helped him a lot with 19 points, while Jonas Valanciunas signed a big double-double (16pts, 15rbds). The Clippers will have a chance for revenge this Friday as they face the Grizzlies again. The Frenchman of the night It wasn't a great night for the French, as there were five of them to play, but had just 24 points, 8 of 26 on shots! But we will still remember the honest performance of Frank Ntilikina, who made his return to competition, after 28 games where he was injured in the knee or not retained by the coach. The 24-year-old point guard, who had not been seen on a floor since December 29, played 23 minutes and scored 7 points (3 of 6 on shots including 1/3 at 3pts), delivered 2 assists and intercepted 3 balls during the victory of New York against Sacramento (140-121). The Frenchman took advantage of Elfrid Payton's absence to show off a bit. It's up to him to confirm against Indiana on Saturday. NBA / REGULAR SEASON Thursday, February 25, 2021 Philadelphia 76ers - Dallas Mavericks: 111-97 Brooklyn Nets - Orlando Magic: 129-92 New York Knicks - Sacramento Kings: 140-121 Memphis Grizzlies - Los Angeles Clippers: 122-94 Denver Nuggets - Washington Wizards: 110-112 Milwaukee Bucks - New Orleans Pelicans: 129-125
Volvo boss holds little of hydrogen and wants to build e-cars from 2030 .
Volvo head of executive Hakan Samuelsson is the man who is to prepare the traditional car maker on the future of e-mobility. The 70-year-old Swede wants to sell only E-Cars with the Group from 2030. From the alternative fuel of hydrogen, he keeps little. For the Volvo boss, the future is electrically. "Burner are the technology of yesterday," he says in conversation with the "Handelsblatt" .