While hugging may not be appropriate in all social or work situations, there's been an increase of hugging in workplaces. MarketWatch's Jacob Passy and Dr. Fran Walfish join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss.
Is Pond Scum the New Kale?
The cyanobacteria collected from the surface of freshwater lakes and ponds is turning up in blue drinks, ice cream, lattes and M&Ms, as holistic experts and nutritionists rave about its health benefits. Moneyish's Nicole Lyn Pesce has the latest.
Are Millennials Really Ruining Everything?
Millennials have been accused of ruining everything from movies, to focus groups and even churchgoing -- but are they just getting a bad rap? MarketWatch's Kari Paul and Erin Lowry, millennial personal finance expert and author of 'Broke Millennial,' join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss.
Why 'Wonder Woman' May Be the Superhero Hollywo...
Can the new "Wonder Woman" movie save Hollywood? Moneyish's Kristiano Ang and MarketWatch's Trey Williams discuss how its expected success could come as a relief amid a disappointingly sluggish start to the summer movie season.
'Roseanne' Returns But Do Working Families Look...
With "Roseanne" returning to television for a limited run, MarketWatch's Jacob Passy and Georgetown University's Sherry Linkon discuss how the show became a voice of working-class Americans and whether it still relates to the socioeconomic issues of today.
Why Your Work-From-Home Days Might Be Numbered
While one in four Americans works from home regularly, some tech companies are dragging employees back into the office. Moneyish's Nicole Lyn Pesce and career coach Carlota Zimmerman join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss the pros and cons of telecommuting.
Adulting: When Did You Finally Grow Up?
With a study finding that most people didn't feel they had officially entered adulthood until the age of 29, MarketWatch's Trey Williams and Maria LaMagna talk the key moments when people leave adolescence behind.
Getting Too Many Spam Phone Calls? Here's Why
With 2.5 billion robocalls impacting phone users in April alone, Moneyish's Nicole Lyn Pesce joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to explain the sudden surge in spam calls blowing up our phones.
Can Smiling Too Much at Work Hurt Your Career?
Monster.com career expert Vicki Salemi and Moneyish's Nicole Lyn Pesce join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk about why wearing a cheerful expression is another double standard that working women face -- even though it often has no impact on job performance.
Dove's 'Body Positive' Campaign: More Body-Sham...
Dove's latest "body positive" campaign has created different bottles of body wash designed to emulate various body types -- but some women are accusing it of "body shaming." Advertising creative director Kat Gordon joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss.
Are Millennials Losing Their Hair Over Too Much...
With stylists and doctors seeing more people young people worry about thinning hair, New York City stylist Angelo David and Dr. Fran Walfish join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk about whether cultural and generational factors are contributing to millennials losing hair over too much stress.
Should We Ever Really Retire?
Upon the announcement of Britain's Prince Philip retiring at 95, Alessandra Malito joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss the main considerations we take into account before retirement and the one key question we can all ask ourselves - should we ever really retire?
The Latest Status Symbol? Metal Credit Cards
Amid several credit cards debuting metal, high-end cards with almost no writing on their fronts, Bankrate.com's Mark Hamrick joins Catey Hill, Quentin Fottrell and Maria LaMagna to talk how metal credit cards suddenly became the new status symbol.
How Gray Suddenly Became the New 'It' Color
As McDonald's becomes the latest brand embracing the color gray, celebrity stylist Phillip Bloch and color expert and consultant Kate Smith join Catey Hill, Quentin Fottrell, and Nicole Pesce with why everything is suddenly going gray.
What Every American Worker Can Learn From Trump...
Monster.com's Vicki Salemi and Jacob Passy join MarketWatch's Quentin Fottrell and Alessandra Malito to talk why the first few months on a new job is important, and what the American worker can learn from Trump's first hundred days in office.
Can Having a Foreign Accent Help You Get Ahead?
John West of New York Speech Coaching and Moneyish's Kristiano Ang join MarketWatch's Quentin Fottrell and Alessandra Malito to talk about how having a foreign accent can impact success in the workplace and beyond.
How Women Can Avoid Getting 'Manterrupted' at W...
According to a new study, female Supreme Court justices are interrupted three times more often than the opposite sex by their male colleagues. Moneyish's Kristiano Ang and communications expert Leslie Shore join Quentin Fottrell and Silvia Ascarelli to talk how women can counter 'manterruption' in the workplace.
The 2017 Pulitzer Prize-winning play, "SWEAT" follows a group of working-class friends during a pivotal time in American History. Playwright Lynn Nottage joins Lunch Break's Tanya Rivero to discuss the inspiration for her work and the honor of being the first woman to receive two Pulitzer prizes for Drama.
The Liquidator: From Flipping Pickled Peppers t...
Jeff Schwarz, known as "The Liquidator," joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk about his many efforts to buy and sell merchandise -- from coffins to pickled peppers.
How Parents Can Help Their Kids by Doing Less
Author Michele Hutchison joins Moneyish's Catey Hill and MarketWatch's Quentin Fottrell to discuss the book, "How Dutch Parents Help Their Kids (and Themselves) by Doing Less," and why less can often be more when it comes to our kids.
Got a Job Offer? Here's How Not to Get it Resci...
MarketWatch's Jacob Passy and Lynn Taylor, workplace expert and author of "Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant," join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to break down the top unexpected ways you can lose a job offer.
The Cost of the Perfect 'Promposal'
Nicole Lyn Pesce joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss how teenagers are dropping hundreds of dollars, not on prom night -- but on "the promposal."
What a Depression-Era Purse Can Tell Us About W...
MarketWatch's Rachel Beals joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk about a recent discovery of a 1930s clutch purse in a Chicago theater, and what its contents can tell us about women in 2017.
'Adulting' Classes Teach Millennials How to Gro...
MarketWatch's Nicole Lyn Pesce joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk about the budding concept of "adulting schools," which teaches millennial students key life skills.
Why Bottled Water Beat Out Soda as America's Pr...
MarketWatch's Emma Court joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk why the consumption of bottled-water increased in the U.S. while carbonated soft drinks fell -- and whether we ultimately need to be consuming either.
How to Raise Your Child on $75 Dollars a Month
Liz Frugalwoods, founder of money-saving site Frugalwoods.com, joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss how cutting costs and the right perspective allows her to raise her daughter on $75 dollars a month.
Can Intimacy at Home Improve Your Work Producti...
Can regular intimacy at home lead to a more productive time at work? Keith Leavitt of Oregon State University's College of Business joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss a new study suggesting a novel way to get your work done faster.
Americans Phoned in Two Billion Takeout Orders:...
Warren Solochek, president of NPD's food service practice, and MarketWatch's Emma Court join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to get to the bottom of why Americans are spending so much on takeout food.
Does Being Under Constant Surveillance Change O...
On the heels of a damaging video of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick berating a driver going viral,
American University's Aram Sinnreich joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss just how the current social infrastructure of being under constant surveillance impacts our behavior.
Will Snap Inc. Be the Next Facebook or Twitter?
MarketWatch's Jennifer Booton joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss Snap Inc.'s highly anticipated IPO with a look at whether it's poised to repeat Facebook's success, or struggle with growth like Twitter.
Home Owning Nightmares: Selling Vs. Suing
Bankrate.com's Mark Hamrick joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to address a caller's predicament involving her dream home's foundations rotting - should she sell or sue the former owner?
Should You Cover Up Your Age When Job Hunting?
Upon a federal judge ruling that IMDB.com can reveal actors' ages, Tim Sackett, president of HRU Technical Resources, joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss why age discrimination continues to weigh on job seekers' minds more than any other issue.
Kickback Vs. Compensation: What's the Difference?
Should you keep an airline voucher given on a business trip, or should you compensate your employer instead? Workplace culture consultant Steve Langerud joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to break down the ethics of a kickback versus a compensation.
How Instagram Gave Plastic Surgeons a Lift
The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery's Fred Fedok joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss the growing number of patients opting for less invasive procedures, and how shifting trends and social media have played a role.
Why iPhone Singles Pass on Dating Android Users
With new data showing Android and iPhone users would rather date someone with their taste in gadgets, Beverly Hills psychotherapist Dr. Fran Walfish joins MarketWatch's Quentin Fottrell and Jennifer Booton to get to the bottom of why Americans are so picky when it comes to dating.
How Trump's Nordstrom Hit Impacts Brands, Markets
Amid Donald Trump hitting Nordstrom in a tweet for dropping daughter Ivanka Trump's brand, MarketWatch's Tonya Garcia joins Quentin Fottrell and Jennifer Booton to discuss how polarizing issues and social media can impact brands, retail and the markets.
Is it the End of Reality TV as We Know it?
Dow Jones reporter Kristiano Ang and David Lyle, President of PactUS, join MarketWatch's Catey Hill and Maria LaMagna to talk the current shake up the reality TV industry is seeing and whether or not it's the end of the genre as we know it.
Living in a Small Space? Try Strategic Minimalism
MarketWatch's Alessandra Malito joins Catey Hill and Maria LaMagna to speak with Adrian Crook, who lives in a 1,050-square-foot condo with his five kids and explains how minimalism and strategy make this lifestyle doable.
Democrats and GOP Split on Trump's Economic Impact
MarketWatch's Quentin Fottrell and Maria LaMagna discuss why Americans from both sides of the party line are split on what President Trump will mean for their wallets, offering perspectives from a registered republican and democrat.
How 'Mary Tyler Moore Show' Defined Working Women
With the passing of TV icon Mary Tyler Moore, work place expert Piera Palazzolo and the American Association of University Women's Lisa Maatz join MarketWatch's Quentin Fottrell and Maria LaMagna to discuss the impact "The Mary Tyler Moore" had on women in the workforce, and whether things have changed since 1970.
Reboots, Revivals, and Why Nostalgia Disappoints
With "Will & Grace" announced as the latest TV show revival, Brittany Chozinski, assistant professor of sociology at Northeast Lakeview College, joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk about why we can't quit the search for nostalgia even though it often disappoints.
The 'Resistance' Economy Vs. Trump's Inauguration
Aram Sinnreich, professor at American University, joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk why Donald Trump is having such a hard time finding A-list celebrities to attend his inauguration, and why this "resistance" economy is a phenomenon that will continue to grow in 2017.
How to Fly to Europe for Under $70
Travel Expert and consumer advocate Christopher Elliot talks the new promotional fares from Icelandic airline WOW that essentially allows you to fly to Europe for less than the cost of a night in a standard hotel.
Hackers Attack Home-Buyers: What You Need to Know
Al Sargent, senior director of product marketing at OneLogin, and MarketWatch's Kari Paul join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss the latest hacking scams in the real estate world and how one down payment could cost you your life savings.
Will Celebrity Death Obsession Carry Into 2017?
Aram Sinnreich, associate professor at American University in Washington, D.C., joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk about why 2016 was such an emotional year for celebrity deaths and whether 2017 will bring more of the same.
Is the Dinner Date Dead?
MarketWatch's Kari Paul and Zeitguide's Brad Grossman join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to break down the shifting trends in the dating world with a look at whether or not the once popular "dinner date" is officially dead.
Five Things You Should Absolutely Not Buy in 2017
MarketWatch's Maria LaMagna and Jillian Berman join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to break down the top items you should think twice before buying next year.
Traveling Far and Wide For Hatchimal Mania
How far would you go to buy your child the perfect gift? Jumping on the Hatchimal toy-craze, MarketWatch's Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell speak to a father who flew to Spain to buy his son this year's must-have toy -- just in time for Christmas.
Do Kids Learn Habits From iPhone Obsessed Parents?
MarketWatch's Angela Moore joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell with the latest on how iPhone-obsessed parents may be spending even more time on their devices than their children.
Secret Credit Card Perks That Can Save Up to $2500
Senior industry analyst Matt Schulz talks the latest report from CreditCards.com, which finds that most credit cards offer little-known perks that can save you money.
The Restaurant Recession: How We Got Here
MarketWatch's Ciara Linnane joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss why traffic at fast-food restaurants fell 1% in the third quarter to mark the sector's first decline in five years.
Why Heads of Colleges Make More Than Students Will
MarketWatch's Jillian Berman and George Mason University's Judith Wilde join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss why some of the highest paid college presidents can earn millions of dollars each year, but their students usually go on to make only a fraction of that.
Meet the Most Organized Holiday Shopper in America
MarketWatch's Jennifer Booton joins Catey Hill for a lively discussion about holiday shopping with the woman they claim is the most organized holiday shopper in America, MarketWatch Reporter Alessandra Malito.
Nasty Rise of Flash Mob Robbers
MarketWatch's Jennifer Booton joins Catey Hill for a lively discussion about flash mob robbers with retail loss expert Ernie Deyle and Carlos Manfredi of the San Francisco Police Department.
Could Trump's Win Impact U.S. Travel?
MarketWatch's Kari Paul and travel expert Chris Elliot join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk about whether the president-elect's controversial policies could potentially slow inbound tourism.
How to Avoid Wasting Food This Thanksgiving
This Thanksgiving, Americans will throw away $293 million worth of uneaten food. MarketWatch's Maria LaMagna and Margaret Brown, Staff Attorney at Natural Resources Defense Council, discuss why we're wasting so much and tips on how to preserve this holiday season.
Traveling This Thanksgiving? Here's How to Cope
AirfareWatchdog's George Hobica and AirHelp's Ashley Raiteri join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell with tips on how to survive what is projected to be the busiest Thanksgiving travel season in years.
How to Become a Cyborg
Reporter Jennifer Booton joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk about an underground medical movement - the use of tech implants to augment biology. Booton shares her own experience of having a magnet sewn under her skin.
Did Trump's 'Disruptive Brand' Win the Election?
David Rompf, Head Marketing Strategist for Bergmen Consulting in New York, and social media professor at Virginia Commonwealth University Marcus Messner discuss how Donald Trump won the election by successfully selling his brand to the American people.
Talking to Your Kids About Donald Trump
Indiana University's Fabio Rojas and book publicist Helena Brantley join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss how to navigate through talking to kids about Donald Trump and what his behavior and policies mean for them.
Political Endorsements: Does Shopping Count?
From buying Ivanka Trump shoes to eating at Chick-fil-A, many are conflicted as to whether politics should ever impact our consumer habits. Marketwatch's Kari Paul and The University of Cambridge Judge Business School's Eric Levy join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss.
East Side Vs. West Side: A Division of Wealth
The University of Bristol's Stephan Heblich and Carnegie Mellon's Albert Presto join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell for an in depth look at why the east sides of cities are poorer than west sides.
How a Big Inheritance Impacts Divorce
Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell tackle the predicament of a woman grappling whether to divorce her cheating husband who just inherited $3 million from his father's estate. Divorce attorney Randall Kessler weighs in on whether she has any rights to inheritance.
How New Airbnb Law Impacts 21st Century Business
New legislation says Airbnb users can only list an apartment in New York for less than 30 days if they're present at the same time as guests. The Manhattan Institute for Policy Research's Jared Meyer explains why this proves NYC isn't ready for 21st century business.
Head Shrinking the Mental Problems of Millennials
MarketWatch's Emma Court joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss the unique mental problems of millennials and whether or not they need their own specialized therapists.
Dove's self-empowerment campaign, #SpeakBeautiful, is facing online backlash after urging people to encourage women in online posts. Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, feminist author of "Periods Gone Public" discusses the fallout and the fine line between self-esteem and self-interest.
Inside the Minds of White Collar Criminals
What separates honest executives from white-collar criminals? Harvard Business School professor Eugene Soltes joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell for an in depth look inside the minds of everyone from Bernie Madoff to Dennis Kozlowski.
Can Apple Learn From Samsung's Recall Fallout?
MarketWatch's Jennifer Booton and Endpoint Technologies Associates' Roger Kay join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss the fallout from Samsung's epic phone-explosion fail, and why the outcome might have been even worse had it happened to Apple.
No Kids Allowed: Airlines Unveil 'No-Crying' Zone
Indian airline IndiGo has introduced "Quiet Zones" - areas of the plane in which children under 12 are not allowed. Airfare Watchdog's George Hobica and Travel Leaders' Nora Blum discuss why the jury's still out on whether U.S. airlines could adopt this concept one day.
Hungry? Olive Garden Pasta Passes on Sale at Ebay
Still trying to get your hands on the Olive Garden's Never Ending Pasta Passes? MarketWatch's Tonya Garcia and registered dietitian Ruth Frechman weigh in on what unlimited pasta means for your wallet and your waistline.
Working Into Retirement: A New 'Golden Girls' Era
MarketWatch's Alessandra Malito joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk about how more women over the age of 65 are living together and staying in the workforce, bringing to reality what "The Golden Girls" tackled 30 years ago.
Why You May Be Forced to Use Your Bank's ATM Soon
As the owners of your local bodega or dive bar aim to avoid new potential risks of counterfeit charges, you might have no choice but to use your bank's ATM soon. MarketWatch's Maria LaMagna and Carbon Black's Ben Johnson join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell with the latest.
Why Are We All So Bad at Saving Money?
Is technology to blame for our empty bank accounts? MarketWatch's Maria LaMagna joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to break down just how little even the wealthiest people are saving, and what you can do to make saving your money as easy as spending it is.
What Married Couples Won't Tell You About Divorce
On the heels of the break up of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Beverly Hills psychotherapist Dr. Frances Walfish and former divorce lawyer Robin Graine join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell for a deep dive dive into the financial and emotional ramifications of divorcing in 2016.
The Largest Wealth Transfer in History
Ultra high-net-worth individuals will transfer $3.9 trillion to the next generation over the next decade. Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell are joined by MarketWatch's Shawn Langlois to discuss life in the billionaire class.
Fidgeting Your Way To Better Health
Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell are joined by MarketWatch healthcare reporter Emma Court and registered dietitian Michelle Shapiro to discuss Donald Trump's health and how you can better manage your own.
Should You Really Buy the New Apple iPhone 7?
MarketWatch's Quentin Fottrell and Catey Hill discuss the (de)merits of the new iPhone 7 with MW reporter Jennifer Booton. Plus, MarketWatch columnist Michael Brush and companies editor Ciara Linnane join the show to talk about dollar store struggles.
Five Ways Tim Cook Bested Steve Jobs
From stock price to services, Apple CEO Tim Cook has a few notable successes that even Steve Jobs can't take credit for. Marketwatch's Jennifer Booton joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to break down five ways Cook has changed the company for the better.
Three Parenting Rules You Should Willfully Break
Parenting is hard. Being judged as a parent can also be tough. Elements Behavioral Health's Robert Weiss and therapist Nancy Erwin join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk about modern approaches to classic parenting protocol.
Walking a Mile in Dead Men's Shoes
Designer and 'ReFashionista' Jillian Owens joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss how thrifting can benefit the environment and build an enterprising attitude.
Millennials Tap Home Equity Loans for Frivolities
Bankrate's Mark Hamrick joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk the large numbers of millennials reportedly taking out home equity loans for weddings, vacations and emergency cash.
The Financial Tricks Couples Play Before Divorce
Divorce attorney Randall Kessler joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk the financial tricks couples play before getting divorced and the best way to go about protecting your money should you one day part ways with your spouse.
Paying Good Money -- To Get Shamed at the Gym?
The New York Post's Dana Schuster talks how the latest boutique fitness craze has led to new motivational techniques -- like public body shaming during classes. Then, MarketWatch's Caitlin Huston shows us the flip side with a look at Planet Fitness, which offers pizza night and bowl of candy every day.
Three Martini Lunch: The New 'Golf' Meeting
MarketWatch's Katie Burke and Gerald Celente, publisher of The Trends Journal, join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk about the shifting cultural and generational trends that have forced the golf industry to make big changes to retain players -- and attract new ones.
Cluttered? Here's How to "Un-Stuff" Your Life
MarketWatch's Maria LaMagna and professional organizer Andrew Mellen join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk about the clutter that stuffs up our lives, and how to stay organized by finding your "stuff equilibrium."
Have Over $100,000 Worth of Debt? Here's a Way Out
MarketWatch's Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell examine some the drastic steps couples have taken to wipe out over six figures worth of debt.
The Ten Most Important Financial Decisions Ever
What does it take to succeed financially? MarketWatch's Jonathan Clements and Bankrate.com's Greg McBride join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to break down the most important financial decisions you'll make in a lifetime.
The Rich Get Richer -- And Become More Thrifty
Bankrate.com's Mark Hamrick and Unity Marketing's Pam Danziger join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to explain why while the rich are getting richer, they're not spending as much as you may think.
The Secret Sauce Behind Online Dating
eHarmony's new CEO Grant Langston and dating industry analyst Mark Brooks join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk the time and money spent in the unique space of online dating, the science behind it, and why eHarmony will never be Tinder.
Should We Carry Our Debt Baggage Into a Marriage?
Only 21% of Americans think they'll ever be free from debt. Should you dig your self out of it before diving into marriage? MarketWatch's Jillian Berman joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss.
Drugs That Could Cut Billions From Health Costs
MarketWatch's Emma Court and Harvard Medical School's Aaron S. Kesselheim join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk about how certain drugs, known as biosimilars, can basically replicate existing treatments and save the U.S. health care system $250 billion over the next 10 years.
Will 'Pokemon Go' Change the Course of Technology?
MarketWatch's Jennifer Booton breaks down "Pokemon Go" for Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell, discussing how it managed to sweep the nation, and what its success could mean for augmented reality.
Are You Only as Good as Your Last Selfie?
Selfies now kill more people annually than sharks. Tracy Packiam Alloway, associate professor at the University of North Florida, and clinical social worker Christopher Shea join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell for an in depth look at the psychology, narcissism, and compulsion that go into taking our own pictures.
Gift Giving Etiquette: When to Speak Up
If your best man or maid of honor fails to give you a wedding gift, is it okay to say something? MarketWatch's Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell navigate through the world of gift giving, and the etiquette and expectations that often go along with it.
How Middle-Income Earners Can Own a Big-City Home
MarketWatch's Sally French, WSJ's Charles Passy and RealtyTrac's Daren Blomquist join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to talk about the "BMR" (below-market-rate) programs that make buying a home in a big city possible -- even if you're not a millionaire.
Curing the Disease to Please (Before it Costs You)
MarketWatch's Maria LaMagna and Jonathan Wai, psychologist at Duke University, join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell for a discussion on just how much the age old "disease to please," can cost you.
Regrets? You Can Undo (a Few) Financial Ones
Yale School of Management's Ravi Dhar and Bankrate.com's Mark Hamrick join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss financial regrets -- and some of the decisions you can undo after signing on the dotted line.
How Same-Sex Couples Spent a Billion on Weddings
Since the Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriages in June 2015, same-sex couples have spent over $1.3 billion on their weddings, according to a new report by Gary Gates, who joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell, along with Crystal Broyles, to discuss this year's same-sex wedding bonanza.
Off the Clock: One in Three Teens Get a Summer Job
New York-based career coach Roy Cohen and Andrew Challenger, VP at Challenger, Gray & Christmas, discuss a new generation's place in the workforce and why more teens than ever are passing on summer jobs.
Return the 'Greatest Dad' Mug: Father's Day Don'ts
MarketWatch's Tomi Kilgore and etiquette expert Jacqueline Whitmore join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to zero in on the absolute worst Father's Day gifts -- and to figure out what you can consider buying instead.