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Leave me alone: As if auto-dialed, pre-recorded phones calls weren’t bad enough, scammers are blasting out robocalls that use poorly synthesized text-to-talk programs to try to frighten people into thinking they are being sued.

Fuzzy math: After Mylan changed its tune and said it makes a profit of $80 per EpiPen — instead of the $50 figure previously cited by CEO Heather Bresch — the company’s critics are only getting louder.

Now I'm hungry: Internet service provider Mediacom is literally arguing that because Double Stuf Oreos cost more than regular ones, therefore you should pay more for more internet. Yes, really.

Fallout: Yahoo is facing lawsuits, a Senate inquiry, and possibly issues with its Verizon merger after the company’s recent massive data breach.

Not okay: Were the Wells Fargo employees who created millions of unauthorized accounts preying upon vulnerable senior citizen customers? Lawmakers want to find out.

"Who decided that your legal strategy would be to deny people access to the courts and force people to submit to mandatory arbitration on fraudulent accounts?” — U.S. senators asking Wells Fargo who was responsible for setting legal strategy with regard to bogus accounts.

“We didn’t believe Mylan’s numbers last week during their CEO’s testimony, and we don’t believe them this week either, which is why we gave them 10 days from the date of our hearing to produce their internal files.” — Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings tells CNBC of Mylan’s revised profit estimates for each EpiPen sold.
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