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GM CEO Mary Barra.

‘We have pulled every lever imaginable:’ GM is joining America’s biggest companies in shaking up the healthcare system

BI PRIME: GM is joining the chorus of employers looking for ways to shake up the US healthcare system and lower the cost of their employees' healthcare. In 2019, the company will offer its salaried employees in Southeast Michigan a plan that works directly with Henry Ford Health System.

These dentists-turned-entrepreneurs invented a clever way to choose the lowest price you want to pay for dental treatment — here’s how it ...

Two Brooklyn-based dentists have created a tool that matches patients and dentists by price and location.
Coya's founders and management board Sebastián Villarroel, Dr. Peter Hagen, Andrew Shaw, Laura Kauther and Thomas Münkel infront of the Coya Office in Berlin-Kreuzberg.

Peter Thiel’s investment firm is doubling down on a German insurance startup

Peter Thiel's Valar Ventures has led a $30 million funding round for Coya, a Berlin-based startup trying to build a digital insurance platform pitched at millennials.

The White House lawn has a growing sinkhole — here’s what happens when one swallows up an entire house

There's a sinkhole growing on the White House lawn. Here's what happens when your house is swallowed by a sinkhole.
NASA photographer Bill Ingalls' "Toasty" camera did not look well after a SpaceX launch on May 22.

A NASA photographer’s camera melted during a SpaceX rocket launch — and he’s not sure whether it’s insured

Bill Ingalls set up a remote camera to photograph SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket launch. However, a brush fire caused by lift-off tore through the hillside and melted the camera gear, which is valued at thousands of dollars.

Obamacare premiums are still on the rise — here’s how much they’re increasing in every state

The average cost of the cheapest silver-tier plan increased 32% nationally, while the average cost of a gold-level plan jumped 19.1%.

A woman lost her injury payout after she was caught posting runs on fitness app Endomondo

Her insurance company noticed that she was posting running logs while also claiming she was not fit to work.
Unfortunately, large-scale data breaches aren't the only opportunity for criminals to steal your information.

Thieves are using regular people’s names and identities to swindle the US government in a new scam that puts anyone at risk

Equifax exposed the personal information of 143 million Americans — and fraudsters may be using that data to apply for FEMA disaster relief.