By The Numbers

The numbers for May 28, 2013: 50 ways to eat your burger

Katie Long May 28, 2013
$216,000

The amount of money you would have if you bought Apple shares in 2003 instead of a PowerBook. (The Next Web)

$125 billion

The economic cost of pregnant mothers not getting enough to eat around the world, according to charity Save the Children. Malnourishment before birth is associated with cognitive impairments that reduce a baby’s future earnings potential. (NBC News)

50+

The number of different ways you can order a hamburger and sides from McDonald’s. The company is reportedly looking for ways to slim down its menu. (Marketplace)

$50

Cost of a Tylenol at some hospitals. Why? Oregon Public Radio finds out. Hint: It has to do with automatic cost adjustments. (OPB)

17 weeks

Paid leave offered to Reddit employees when they become a mom or a dad. How’s that compare to traditional media? Not so well. (Mother Jones)

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