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Barbie's latest realistic rival11/25/14
With Barbie losing market share to other dolls, is the time right for a more realistic fashion doll?
Beware the deferred-interest Grinch
Jill Gonzalez of WalletHub tells Adrienne Mitchell holiday shoppers can get Grinched if they don't read the fine print on no-interest deals.
Who's the most charitable over the holidays?
Now is a popular time to donate to charity. Carrie Swanson of WorldVision tells Adrienne Mitchell who the most generous givers are.
How your business can generate buzz for free
Jennefer Witter of The Boreland Group tells Adrienne Mitchell how to use social media to promote your small business -- and why many don't.
Millennials ARE investing in mutual funds
ICI's Sarah Holden shares the group's research on how young adults are investing - and yes, they are investing.
Younger shoppers want more out of a store
Millennials don't go to stores just to shop. David Ashen of Dash Design tells Adrienne Mitchell they crave "live experiences."
Automakers make privacy promise
Car makers, through their trade group, pledge that new technologies won't compromise drivers' privacy.
Auto Alliance makes privacy promise
Carmakers pledge new technologies won't compromise drivers' privacy.
Underachieving the American Dream
An Interest.com study finds buying a home is out of the reach of more people in large cities.
Changing our eating habits
The NPD Group says we're eating out less, but making up those meals with snacks.
Cartonomy aims to streamline group buying
CEO Jack Lowinger talks about the new social shopping platform.
Why your next credit card may look different
Credit cards embedded with microchips are coming. Randy Vanderhoof of the Smart Card Alliance tells Adrienne Mitchell why they're better.
From benching to bocce, not your father's office
Office design has changed a lot in a few years. Scott Spector of Spector Group tells Adrienne Mitchell millennials are driving the change.
Gas prices and tinfoil hats
Best of MarketWatch Radio: The tinfoil hat crowd is wrong about gas prices and the election; the best-paying jobs for the disabled; and why e-gift cards are growing in popularity.
When nature calls, does your boss answer?
Does your boss count your bathroom breaks? Labor and employment attorney Jon Hyman tells Adrienne Mitchell it's an issue at some workplaces.
Act now to get the best bad fare for Thanksgiving
It's too late for cheap Thanksgiving fares, but Rick Seaney of FareCompare tells Adrienne Mitchell you can still get a "better bad deal."
Women, are you dressing for the C-Suite?
What does "dress for success" mean for women today? Dara Lamb of Dara Lamb Custom Clothing talks with Adrienne Mitchell.
Many jobs are a great fit for disabled workers
Tony Lee of CareerCast.com tells Steve Potisk which jobs top the list of best careers for disabled workers.
A disconnect between our wallets and our ballots
Our paychecks aren't getting any bigger. Will that raise the stakes on Election Day?
Some workers think kindergarteners are scary
Best of MarketWatch Radio: Want a holiday job? Check your email. Plus, the scariest jobs aren't always the most dangerous. And the scary way the previous homeowners may have used your kitchen.
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