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Americans love their salty snacks09/30/14
A global survey on snacking finds differences between genders and between countries too.
Hotel chains take criticism seriously
They're using online reviews to see what customers want and then make changes.
California protects the right to give a bad review
Best of MarketWatch Radio Network: Cadillac packs its bags for New York, protection for bad business reviews, and robot room service.
You can get your credit card late fee waived
CreditCards.com's Matt Schulz tells us how.
Survey finds most employers back minimum wage hike
A survey finds most businesses favor raising the minimum wage. Jennifer Grasz of CareerBuilder talks with Steve Potisk.
Is three-year college an idea whose time has come?
Could switching to three-year programs solve the college-debt crisis? Paul Weinstein of Johns Hopkins talks with Adrienne Mitchell.
iPhone 6 is one tough hombre, says SquareTrade
How did the new iPhones do on a series of torture tests? Jessica Hoffman of SquareTrade talks with Adrienne Mitchell.
How to tell if a good employee will be a good boss
Don't assume that a good worker will be a good manager. Heather Huhman of Come Recommended tells Adrienne Mitchell how to tell.
Click 'Reply All' and despair
Best of MarketWatch Radio Network: A moving millennials story, workplace bullying, and the curse of "Reply All."
Choosing a health plan? Look at more than premiums
Premiums are just one factor in the cost of a health plan. Don Garlitz of bswift tells Alisa Parenti what else to look at.
Grownup bullies' new playground is the office
Grownups are bullies,too. Jennifer Grasz of CareerBuilder talks with Steve Potisk about workplace bullying.
Skills gap? Who, me?
Americans believe the skills gap is a problem, but most think they're not part of it, as Udemy CEO Dennis Yang tells Adrienne Mitchell.
Reply All? Really? Think before you hit send
Hitting "Reply All" is a good way to annoy your co-workers, as business etiquette expert Barbara Pachter tells Adrienne Mitchell.
More women are becoming impact investors
Your money can work for you and for a cause. Lynne Ford of Calvert Investments talks with Adrienne Mitchell about impact investing.
Apple Pay's challenge: Convincing us it's safe
Best of MarketWatch Radio: Apple Watch doesn't mean the watch industry's time is up, and wary consumers might be Apple Pay's biggest challenge.
Hot merger-market segment may be under your radar
The low end of middle market M&A for tech companies is fertile ground. Sutton Place Strategies CEO Nadim Malik talks with Adrienne Mitchell.
Many contractors give bad advice on lead paint
Lead paint still hides in many homes. Angie Hicks of Angie's List tells Adrienne Mitchell many contractors don't know enough about it.
Who wants to be boss? Most workers say "not me!"
Most workers don't want leadership positions. CareerBuilder's Jennifer Grasz talks with Steve Potisk.
Should you choose a friend for a business partner?
Friends can be good business partners. Kathy Braddock of William Raveis tells Adrienne Mitchell how to predict whether it will work.
Minority/women certification just a first step
Certification is important but marketing is key for minority and women-owned businesses. Jean Kristensen of Jean Kristensen Associates talks with Adrienne Mitchell.
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