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1321 Marketplace: Things are looking Greece-y2015-02-09 19:18:11
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1322 Marketplace: Goldman Sachs and the Pope2015-02-06 20:17:03
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1323 Marketplace: Greece debt and hackers2015-02-05 20:59:42
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1324 Marketplace: auto industry and Staples2015-02-04 20:08:02
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1325 Marketplace: rating agencies and net neutrality2015-02-03 20:00:03
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1326 Marketplace: Budget and Nationwide ad2015-02-02 20:10:12
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1327 Marketplace: home ownership and TurboTax2015-01-30 17:40:51
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1328 Marketplace: sequester and McDonald's2015-01-29 18:02:32
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1329 Marketplace: iPhones and big oil2015-01-28 20:00:41
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1330 Marketplace: the dollar and the snow day2015-01-27 20:25:05
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1331 Marketplace: Sling and Bitcoin2015-01-26 20:00:55
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1332 Marketplace: UPS and SkyMall2015-01-23 18:08:43
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1333 Marketplace: Google wireless and pipeline spill2015-01-22 20:00:59
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1334 Marketplace: middle-class economics and Davos2015-01-21 18:11:49
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1335 Marketplace: State of the Union and oil2015-01-20 20:32:53
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1336 Marketplace: healthcare and the rich2015-01-19 20:00:08
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1337 Marketplace: currency trading and public school2015-01-16 20:00:53
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1338 Marketplace: big banks and sick leave2015-01-15 20:00:26
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1339 Marketplace: retail sales and big banks2015-01-14 20:00:26
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1340 Marketplace: Aetna and work wellness2015-01-13 20:00:33
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Marketplace: Aetna and work wellness

Airing on Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015: Aetna is raising wages for its lowest-paid workers to a minimum $16 an hour. Those affected are mainly customer-service and billing people. Aetna says it needs to attract the best people it can, and retain them, as health insurance becomes more of an individual-customer business. Plus, a new survey shows U.S. companies are increasingly using penalties to encourage their workers to join wellness programs. Why is this part of the affordable act so popular with employers?…read more