Millennials: Rock The Boat For RetailersSpringbot Co-Founder and CEO Brooks Robinson explains how to appeal to the diverse generation of consumers born between 1981 and 1997.
Millennials Want To Be Their Own Bosses -- And Everyone Else's TooBizBuySell President Bob House explains what we can expect from the next generation of small business buyers.
Study: Millennials Having Less Sex Than Previous GenerationsA recent study suggests that today's young adults are having less casual sex than previous generations.
Conservative Columnist: Youth Vote Will Consider TrumpConservative author and columnist analyzes the 2016 presidential race between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
3 On Your Side: Study Finds Millennials Job Hopping More Than Their ParentsChange is the new normal for millennials, switching jobs four times in the first decade out of college.
Study: Millennials Are Job-Hopping More Than Previous GenerationsMillennials are changing jobs more often than their parents did, according to a study.
Millennials Saving More Money Than Most, Study FindsNearly a quarter of all working Americans save nothing from their paychecks. But millennials are doing well fattening up the bank account, according to a new study.
Philadelphia Named 'Hipster House Flipping Capital'Philadelphia is now a top spot for millennials to flip houses, a recent study suggests.
Local Professor: Some Beer Ads Paint False Picture Of Drinking Among MillenialsA couple companies which make beer and hard soda have ad campaigns running now that target moderate drinking in millennials. But are millennials actually moderate?
Local Columnist: Lack Of Religion To Blame For Rise In Heroin UseLocal columnist JD Mullane believes the rise of heroin usage in Bucks County is linked to millennials rejecting organized religion.
Are Millennials 'Entitled' Or Just Underpaid?Americans don't like to see when hard work fails to lead to success.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | February 17Chris discussed Attorney General Kathleen Kane's decision not to run for re-election, Ronda Rousey admitting she contemplated suicide, and Cardone Industries announcing they're leaving Philadelphia. He talked with Joy Pullman from the Federalist at 7:00 about why millennials are attracted to socialism, Patrick Kerkstra from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00 about Kane decided not to run again and Princeton professor Robert George at 8:20 about the beliefs of Justice Antonin Scalia and how he will be replaced.

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