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$164 Per Mile: Surprise Ambulance Bills Are A Growing Problem & Difficult To Avoid

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Surprise, surprise: When you're in need of a lift during a medical emergency, an ambulance might seem like a good idea. But you could be stuck with a hefty bill if that ambulance ride isn’t covered by your insurance.

New plan: Starbucks is changing how customers earn loyalty rewards program points, and not everyone is pleased with the move.

McPicking a new price: In which McDonald’s drops the “McPick 2 for $2”  deal in favor of a “McPick 2 For $5” offer.

I signed what?: You could be unintentionally signing away your elderly parents’ right to sue their nursing home.

Fun with insurance quotes: A new report says home renters are paying up to more than 47% more for car insurance than homeowners. 

"Everyone loves bacon, don’t they?” Guy who changed his name to Bacon Double Cheeseburger, speaking to the Evening Standard.

“We found that if a food company sponsored a research study, the outcomes were four to eight times more likely to be more favorable to that company’s interests than if the study was independently funded.” — David Ludwig of Harvard Medical School tells the New York Post.

“We will have a lot of information about your transaction. Where are you, where are the goods getting shipped, what is your location.”  — MasterCard executive talking to The Verge about selfie verification.  
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