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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.
6 min
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.
7 min
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.
3 min
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.
6 min
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."
4 min
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.
9 min
Many jobs are a great fit for disabled workers
Tony Lee of tells Steve Potisk which jobs top the list of best careers for disabled workers.
6 min
A disconnect between our wallets and our ballots
Our paychecks aren't getting any bigger. Will that raise the stakes on Election Day?
5 min
Holiday hiring, scary jobs, and scary homes
Who's hiring for the holidays -- and how? And jobs we would be scared to apply for. They're two of MarketWatch Radio's stories of the week.
3 min
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.
3 min
Like film noir but real: a look at debt collectors
"Bad Paper" author Jake Halpern tells Adrienne Mitchell debt collectors' world is a colorful and shady place where big money can be made.
13 min
What are top hedge fund managers buying?
What are top investors doing, and how can you benefit from that knowledge? AlphaClone CEO Maz Jadallah talks with Adrienne Mitchell.
5 min
What are the scariest jobs? You may have one
Michael Irwin of CareerBuilder tells Steve Potisk which jobs we think are scary, including a surprising write-in vote.
4 min
Was food the only thing cooking in your new home?
Before you buy a home, find out whether it was a meth house. Angie Hicks of Angie's List talks with Adrienne Mitchell.
3 min
Maximizing your test drive
Edmunds has some suggestions for car buyers.
6 min
Going from the frying pan into the flyer
The best of MarketWatch Radio: Nurses worry about Ebola gear costs. Oil once used for frying will soon be used for flying. And people have the weirdest reasons for calling out sick.
3 min
Data hacking scares us finds nearly half of Americans surveyed say they might not shop at stores whose data was hacked.
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The wildest excuses for calling in sick 's top ten list include cooking, plastic surgery and gambling.
8 min
Apple Pay might just replace your wallet
Tech experts think the Apple brand will help us move toward everyday digital payments.
6 min
Sponsored social comes into its own
If you want to be a blogger and make money, IZEA's Ted Murphy tells Steve Potisk sponsored social may be for you.
7 min
How we're planning to spend more on tight budgets
One consumer survey finds us watching out budgets closely because we're short on spending money. Another finds us planning to spend more this holiday season. They're not as contradictory as they might seem.
4 min
Men are salty, women are sweet
Best of MarketWatch Radio: More U.S. households include roommates. Hotels use social media to improve service. And when it comes to snacking, men and women really are different.
3 min
Companies make promises, but do they keep them?
Nearly a-third of companies surveyed by the American Management Association admit they're not keeping their promises to their customers.
3 min
How the well-off shop for holiday gifts
Here's a hint: A YouGov America survey finds the one-percenters don't know what to get spouses either.
8 min
Don't forget mutual funds in year-end tax planning
Tax Day is six months away. Rob Zeigen of CBIZ MHM tells Adrienne Mitchell about ways to plan now to cut your tax bill.
6 min