Technology Zoom Video lowers sales outlook for the entire year
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Bangalore (Reuters) - the US video service Zoom lowers its sales outlook for the year as a whole.
A falling demand for the video conference platform and increasing competition made Zoom, the company from San Jose announced on Monday after closing. Zoom now expects revenue between $ 4.37 billion and $ 4.38 billion. The company had previously assumed $ 4.40 billion of $ 4.39 billion. However, Zoom increased the outlook for the adjusted result to $ 3.91 to $ 3.94 per share of $ 3.66 to $ 3.69 per share. In the third quarter, the company increased its turnover by five percent to $ 1.1 billion. For some time now, Zoom has been feeling the strong competition from webex from Cisco, Slack from Salesforce and Microsoft Teams as well as Google Meet. In Corona pandemic, the company benefited from the trend to flexible work between home office and office. The zoom shares gave up 3.7 percent in post-market trade.
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Joan Didion's personal belongings are being sold in one of the most coveted estate sales of the year .
On a visit once to her family's home in the corner of California where she grew up, Joan Didion opened a drawer crammed full of her old things and took an inventory. © Provided by CNN Booklovers and style mavens are agog over personal items up for auction that once belonged to the seminal essayist Joan Didion - Stair Galleries “A bathing suit I wore the summer I was seventeen,” she wrote in her essay, “On Going Home.” “A letter of rejection from The Nation … Three teacups hand-painted with cabbage roses and signed ‘E.M.,’ my grandmother’s initials.