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MainStreet talks to children's author Robert Sayegh, who was kicked off American Southeast Airlines plane after a flight attendent overheard him drop a few f-bombs.
NEW YORK (MainStreet) -- Joanne Meehan, spokesperson for Sleepy's, teaches folks on MainStreet how to tell what mattress is right for them when shopping in the showroom.
MainStreet talks to Consumer Reports car expert Mike Quincy about how to negotiate the price of a new car.
MainStreet looks at the colleges with the most avid Facebook fans to determine which schools are the most popular on the social network.
Jeanne Hodesh, publicity coordinator for GrowNYC, says getting a booth at Union Square Greenmarket is a highly selective process.
NEW YORK (MainStreet) -- How does a thrift store set its prices? MainStreet visits Cure Thrift Shop in New York City to find out.
Debra Wheatman of CareersDoneWrite.com and Bruce Hurwitz of Hurwitz Strategic Staffing answer the weirdest job interview questions MainStreet could find.
NEW YORK (MainStreet) -- Consumer reports' used car expert Mike Quincy teaches Jeanine Skowronski how to shop for a used car.
99 cent stores are effectively selling a deal, but does the quality of their products justify the advertised savings? To find out, MainStreet went shopping.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Javelin Strategy and Research CEO Jim Van Dyke talks to MainStreet about his company's findings on consumer spending habits in 2010 and predicts what type of consumer will emerge in 2011.