MCDONALD'S is pretty cheap as it is - but now savvy savers have come up with ways you can slash the cost of your fast food meal even further. From creating a budget version of a Big Mac to dodging the sugar tax on drinks, these are the cleverest ways to knock a few pounds off your meal. For some of the tips, you may need to use one of McDonald's self-service kiosks which are in more than 1,200 branches in the UK or its app as they allow you to customise your order. The tips are the latest addition to the mysterious McDonald's secret menu, which features Frankenstein creations such as the Mc Surf and Turf burger which combines a Fillet o Fish with a beef burger, usually a Big Mac. It's not really so secret anymore but there are still some new ways of customising McDonalds' regular menu and turning its items into something special - and save money at the same time. Just recently The Sun Online showed you how to get a Big Mac and fries for half price – forever. How to make a Burger … [Read more...] about 10 ways to save money at McDonald’s from ordering a Burger King-style Whopper to FREE extra toppings
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Michael B. Sauter, Evan Comen, Thomas C. Frohlich and Samuel Stebbins 24/7 Wall Street Published 12:15 p.m. UTC Jul 11, 2018 Some product launches can be spectacular failures, and Google Glass, an eyeglasses shaped head-mounted device with smartphone capabilities, failed in such a manner several years ago. It was meant to be the first piece of technology to connect the typical consumer to augmented reality. Google continues to attempt to find a place for the product, but its original launch was a definitive failure. In 2017, the internet giant announced the relaunch of the device to target to businesses rather than the general public, but whatever happens, it will be adopted by a meaningfully narrower audience. Just like success, failure is part of doing business. Entrepreneurs and large companies often take big risks, hoping for success but not always achieving it. These failures take many different forms. When a product doesn’t sell, when it is recalled or discontinued, … [Read more...] about Historic blunders: 50 worst product flops of all time
Horse racing is something like a religion in Hong Kong, whose citizens bet more than anyone else on Earth. Their cathedral is Happy Valley Racecourse, whose grassy oval track and floodlit stands are ringed at night by one of the sport’s grandest views: neon skyscrapers and neat stacks of high-rises, a constellation of illuminated windows, and beyond them, lush hills silhouetted in darkness.On the evening of Nov. 6, 2001, all of Hong Kong was talking about the biggest jackpot the city had ever seen: at least HK$100 million (then about $13 million) for the winner of a single bet called the Triple Trio. The wager is a little like a trifecta of trifectas; it requires players to predict the top three horses, in any order, in three different heats. More than 10 million combinations are possible. When no one picks correctly, the prize money rolls over to the next set of races. That balmy November night, the pot had gone unclaimed six times over. About a million people placed a … [Read more...] about The Gambler Who Cracked the Horse-Racing Code
Press play to listen to this article By JACK BLANCHARD Send tips here | Subscribe for free | View in your browser Good Wednesday morning. Look who’s back I: David Cameron, who took a trip down memory lane Tuesday afternoon to rally the troops at CCHQ ahead of the local elections (h/t Robert Langley). Just like old times. Look who’s back II: George Osborne, who appears before the Commons education committee at 10 a.m. this morning to discuss education in the north of England, alongside Northern Powerhouse chum Jim O’Neill. DRIVING THE DAY WHAT A BERCOW: Commons Speaker John Bercow’s future is in the balance this morning after fresh accusations of bullying by a second former member of his staff. Another devastating report on BBC Newsnight last night featured an interview with Angus Sinclair, a respected ex-Commons employee and Royal Navy veteran who worked as Bercow’s private secretary until 2010. Sinclair says he was subjected to repeated bullying by the … [Read more...] about POLITICO London Playbook: Bercow on the brink — Customs showdown — Is Dom Raab special?
To report corrections & clarifications, contact: Please indicate whether you're responding to content online or in the newspaper. The following corrections & clarifications have been published on stories produced by USA TODAY's newsroom: April 2018 News: A previous version of this story misstated Elliot Rodger's weapons. He used both a knife and a gun. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2017/03/31/masculinity-traditional-toxic-trump-mens-rights/99830694/ Video: A previous version of this video misstated the number of Americans living with unhealthful levels of pollution. https://www.usatoday.com/media/cinematic/video/33952141/8-of-americas-10-most-ozone-polluted-cities-are-in-this-state/ Opinion: Because of an editing error, a headline in an earlier version of this column incorrectly described Amy Wax's job status. https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2018/04/20/black-students-law-school-amy-wax-column/510510002/ … [Read more...] about Corrections & Clarifications