Red, White and Blue Chips
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||Shopping for groceries...while commuting||Online grocer Peapod is opening virtual grocery stores at transit stations across the country. Alisa Parenti reports in Red, White and Blue Chips.||9/28/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Build-A-Bear goes high tech||The Build-A-Bear Workshops are aiming to become half-retail, half-theme park. Alisa Parenti has Red, White and Blue Chips.||9/27/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Coppertone labeling to change||Merck has settled a class-action lawsuit involving the labeling and advertising of its Coppertone products. Alisa Parenti has Red, White and Blue Chips.||9/26/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Economy less scary this Halloween||The National Retail Federation's annual Halloween survey finds spending and participation plans at their highest levels on record, and fewer people are spooked by the economy this year.||9/25/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Hotels offer link to TripAdvisor reviews||Even when they're negative, reviews of hotel chains are being linked to the chain's own websites. The move boosts credibility and gives hotels valuable feedback, as Alisa Parenti reports in Red, White and Blue Chips.||9/24/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||NHL lockout hurts players odds of scoring deals||With the exception of Wayne Gretzky, NHL players struggle for the attention of marketers. Doug Shabelman of Burns Entertainment says the NHL lockout will make their endorsement chances even worse.||9/21/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Starbucks wants to take on the maker of the K-Cup||Starbucks customers can brew up single cups of coffee at home. MarketWatch's Ann Cates reports.||9/20/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Avocado sales are soaring||Consumers are gobbling up avocados. More from MarketWatch's Ann Cates.||9/19/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Food makers reach out to kids via free game apps||With preschoolers using smartphones and tablets, Kraft, Wrigley and other food companies are placing their brands in free games. MarketWatch's Ann Cates reports.||9/18/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Local organic coops borrow ideas from the big guys||Store makeovers and hidden cameras. Just a couple of ways food coops are trying to keep big organic grocers from muscling in.||9/16/12||Free||View In iTunes|
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