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As Mc Donald'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.Monster.com's Vicki Salemi and Jacob Passy join Market Watch'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.Upon a federal judge ruling that 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.Should you keep an airline voucher given on a business trip, or should you compensate your employer instead?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.Author Michele Hutchison joins Moneyish's Catey Hill and Market Watch'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.

Market Watch'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.

Moneyish's Nicole Lyn Pesce and career coach Carlota Zimmerman join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss the pros and cons of telecommuting.

With a study finding that most people didn't feel they had officially entered adulthood until the age of 29, Market Watch's Trey Williams and Maria La Magna talk the key moments when people leave adolescence behind.

With "Roseanne" returning to television for a limited run, Market Watch'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.

While one in four Americans works from home regularly, some tech companies are dragging employees back into the office.

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