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I love being in touch with you again. Before all I would like to ask you whether you can use as references for the article the internet sites?. In the Web has many pages very well documented on some aspects of the life and career of Lupe. My own sources about Lupe's career in vaudeville, are the same ones that appeared in some articles on the web. Here I leave some links:
I read some books about Lupe, like "Lupe Vélez: La mexicana que escupía fuego", by Gabriel Ramírez, and "Rostros e Imágenes", by Luis Moreno. However, I do not have those books (only fragments), and these books are not on the Internet. In fact, the first, doesn't have an ISBN, and it was a documentary work for the bibliography of the National Film Archives of Mexico (Cineteca Nacional). However, the authors of these books talk about Lupe in the TV show "The Story Behind the Myth", found on Youtube. Can we use that as a reference?
If you agree with that, we could place it on the page. If I had errors or problems with the language, it would be wonderful if you could correct it. I also edited the article on Wikipedia of another great Mexican star in Hollywood: the legendary Dolores del Rio. Believe me, my information is well documented. I can get photos of Lupe in the Mexican vaudeville. But unfortunately the copyright law of Mexico is more stringent than in the United States. That has caused me problems when wanting to upload images.
I send a big greeting and await your response.
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Page: Lemonade (insurance)
Lemonade Inc. is a New York City-based insurance company that sells property and casualty renters and home insurance powered by artificial intelligence and behavioral economics. Rather than using insurance brokers and salespeople, Lemonade uses chatbots to deliver insurance and handle claims through its app and website.
As of 2017, Lemonade offers insurance in New York, California, and Illinois. Lemonade is popular among young city-dwellers in the 25 to 34 age range, most of whom rent and did not own property insurance before signing up for Lemonade. As of June 2017, Lemonade has captured 27% market share among newcomers to insurance.
History Lemonade Inc. was founded by Shai Wininger and Daniel Scheiber. They founded the company shortly after Scheiber left a wireless charging startup Powermat where he was President, and Wininger stepped away from his role as Fiverr’s cofounder, where he led product and technology.
In December 2015, Lemonade raised $13 million in seed round funding, led by Sequoia Capital, in one of the largest seed investments in the Sequoia’s history. Aleph VC co-lead the deal.
In late 2015, the company hired Professor Dan Ariely as Chief Behavioral Officer. Ariely is a professor of psychology and behavioral economics at Duke University and author of a number of bestselling books on the subject.
In August 2016, Lemonade raised $14 in Series A funding from XL Innovate.
Lemonade launched its first state, New York, on September 21st, 2016.
Lemonade sold 2,000 policies in its first 100 days in market. Of those, over 80% were sold to people who bought an insurance policy for the first time.
In December 2016, Lemonade raised $33.1 million in Series B funding, led by General Catalyst, with money also coming from GV (formerly Google Ventures), Thrive Capital and Tusk Ventures.
Lemonade broke a world record on December 16th, 2016 for the fastest paid insurance claim in history. Lemonade’s AI approved a claim in three seconds.
In April 2017, the company raised an undisclosed amount from Allianz SE, and an undisclosed amount from Ashton Kutcher’s Sound Ventures.
The company launched in Illinois on April 4th, 2017, and in California on May 10th, 2017.
As of June 2017, the company has had more than 14,000 customers. In June, it also received its license to operate in seven more states, including Arizona, Texas, and Virginia.
Model Lemonade’s business model differs from that of typical insurance companies. Lemonade keeps a flat fee of 20% of a customer’s premium. The company sets aside 40% mainly to purchase reinsurance from firms such as Lloyd’s of London to cover major claims that exceed what the premiums can cover. The remaining 40% of the customer’s premium covers claims. When customers sign up for a Lemonade policy, they are asked to choose a charity, such as Citymeals on Wheels, Robin Hood, and more than a dozen others. Lemonade groups together the customers who choose the same cause, and their insurance premiums constitutes as a group fund to cover the claims. At the end of the year, the money that is not used for claims is donated to the cause that is chosen by each group.
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Medical coding pages are wrong
First time with an edit question. I so often find issues with pages, and there are a few I want to fix. However, I don't want to edit the specifics of the page but send a message to the most recent or most common editor with some update info. They should be able to update and fix the pages better than I can. I can see edit history not not all users have a page like yours. Here is an example
ICD-10-PCS, finds no page in Wikipedia and incorrectly directs to a page https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ICD-10_Procedure_Coding_System
First there is a specific medical coding system with the name ICD-10-pcs, there are actually a few with ICD-10 belonging to the World Health Organization. It gets very confusing, but Wikipedia has it wrong in several places and international or even national coding systems are a big deal and Wiki should have the info correct.
The page starts out with a "Completely Incorrect Title" The ICD-10 Procedure Coding System (ICD-10-PCS)
ICD-10 and ICD-10-pcs are completely different as is ICD-10-CM and other national variations. So, for at least the WHO medical coding systems and those in the US, I would like to contact the best person (most edits etc.) to make the changes, although in some cases whoever made the pages and or edits really has it wrong.
Actually even the US gov website lists these systems in confusing ways and I can see how someone who does know medical coding (and actually I don't) would get this wrong.
https://www.cms.gov/Medicare/Coding/ICD10/2017-ICD-10-PCS-and-GEMs.html In this website it almost looks like ICD-10 and ICD-10-PCS are the same thing and they are not. Actually I would not call them different versions. A Toyota is not a Honda, but they are both cars (or medical coding systems in this case). Wow, this was way too long, but what's the best way to fix\update Wikipedia pages on Medical coding???? — Preceding unsigned comment added by TomLaheyH (talk • contribs) 06:19, 29 July 2017 (UTC)