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It really is cheaper to keep an old customer07/23/14
SCORE's Bridget Weston Pollack tells Adrienne Mitchell how to keep customers instead of seeking new ones, and why.
Teen-driver insurance bills falling but still high
Laura Adams of InsuranceQuotes.com tells Alisa Parenti there is some good news about teens and auto insurance.
Have you had "the talk" with your parents?
Lauren Brouhard of Fidelity Personal Investments tells Adrienne Mitchell families need to break the money-talk barrier.
You're a lumberjack? That's not okay
Best of MarketWatch Radio: Endangered jobs, solo cruises and making crowdfunding more rewarding.
Does your CEO have the right stuff? How to tell
Clinical psychologist Dr. Leslie Pratch tells Adrienne Mitchell about one quality successful business leaders share.
Retailers expect higher back-to-school spending
The National Retail Federation's Kathy Grannis tells Adrienne Mitchell back-to-school spending should rise this year.
AARP calls for Work and Save plans in more states
AARP V.P. Elaine Ryan tells Adrienne Mitchell AARP is pushing to let more employees save for retirement at work.
Technology is killing off these ten jobs
Tony Lee of CareerCast.com talks with Adrienne Mitchell about the ten most endangered jobs.
Take heart, journey out of debt won't take forever
Kandy Hildebrant and her husband got out from under a huge debt. She tells Adrienne Mitchell that others can, too.
If it cut airfares, would we stand for it?
The best of MarketWatch Radio Network: Standing room on airplanes, Facebook and divorce, and the new VHS vs. Betamax.
Money and chocolate have a lot in common
Money decisions should not be like a box of chocolate, as Wells Fargo Advisors Premier Advisor Judy McNiff tells Adrienne Mitchell.
CareerBuilder says hiring to pick up this year
CareerBuilder says hiring will pick up in the second half of 2014, as CareerBuilder's Jennifer Grasz tells Steve Potisk.
Storytelling could be key to business success
Every business tells a story, or should, as Palo Alto Software founder and chairman Tim Berry tells Adrienne Mitchell.
Would you stand on a plane to save money?
Joe Brancatelli of JoeSentMe.com tells Adrienne Mitchell standing room on planes would raise safety concerns and would not lower fares.
Use your strengths to find a job after retiring
The author of "Second Act Careers" can help guide you to a post-retirement career you may never have contemplated.
Are fireworks getting any safer?
MarketWatch asks the CEO of Phantom Fireworks what's being done to make fireworks safer.
So how's the fireworks business?
Is business booming for fireworks makers? We check in with Phil Grucci of Fireworks By Grucci.
Who gets the house? Plan for financial uncoupling
Paul Purcell of William Raveis New York City real estate tells Adrienne Mitchell couples need real-estate breakup plans.
The one word working women should use less often
When should you not say "sorry?" "Woman Up!" Author Aimee Cohen tells Alisa Parenti working women overuse the word.
More businesses use non-compete clauses
The clauses are becoming more common among lower-paying service sector jobs but author and University of San Diego Law Professor Orly Lobel questions their spread.
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