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  • TWIB Jul 10

    Phase 3 Begins in Massachusetts' Reopening Plan

    Shirley Leung of The Boston Globe talks about Phase 3 of reopening in Massachusetts — from gyms to casinos. Plus, the future of college education, the Harvard and MIT suit over an immigration order and new bridges coming to Cape Cod.

  • TWIB Jul 10

    Seeking Economic Equity in Massachusetts

    Segun Idowu, Executive Director of the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts, joins us to talk about creating economic equity in Massachusetts that is real and lasting.

  • TWIB Jul 10

    Challenges Janitorial Service Companies Are Facing in Pandemic

    Able Services New England division manager Stephanie Barnes discusses the challenges janitorial service companies and workers are facing in the pandemic. She makes the case for why they should be deemed essential workers.

  • TWIB Jun 26

    Personal Stories of Racism

    If you thought high-achieving successful business people were safe from the ugliness of racism, you would be very wrong. In this segment, we hear the personal stories of Emerson College president Lee Pelton, Colette Phillips, president of Colette Phillips Communications, and Darryl Settles, president of Catalyst Ventures Development.

  • TWIB Jun 26

    Americans Confront Racism

    How will Boston and the nation respond to systemic racism? And why is there so much more interest now? A conversation with Emerson College president Lee Pelton, Colette Phillips, president of Colette Phillips Communications, and Darryl Settles, president of Catalyst Ventures Development.

  • TWIB Jun 26

    Working for Racial Economic Equity

    Public contracting and procurement: Two areas where real change can come in the push for racial equity. It’s part three of our conversation with Emerson College president Lee Pelton, Colette Phillips, president of Colette Phillips Communications, and Darryl Settles, president of Catalyst Ventures Development.

  • TWIB Jun 19

    SCOTUS Rules for Dreamers and Upholds LGBTQ Rights

    Boston Business Journal Editor Doug Banks joins us to discuss the historic Dreamer and LGBTQ SCOTUS rulings, as well as retail sales, home sales and getting into Harvard without taking the SAT.

  • TWIB Jun 19

    King Boston Memorial Work to Begin

    What’s happening with King Boston, both the memorial and Center for Economic Justice. Executive Director Imari Paris Jeffries and Founder Paul English join the conversation.

  • TWIB Jun 10

    Safety Protocols in the Child Care Industry

    Bright Horizons CEO Stephen Kramer talks about new safety protocols in place in the child care industry. His company has been providing care for children of medical workers and first responders.

  • TWIB Apr 3

    Record High Jobless Claims; Kraft Gets Protective Masks From China

    Boston Business Journal Editor Doug Banks is on the road and on the business beat. We talk with him about the record high jobless claims, prospects for the economy, Robert Kraft’s plane retrieving more than a million masks in China and local companies repurposing their efforts to manufacture items desperately needed to fight COVID-19. Plus, amazing observations about Doug’s road...

  • TWIB Mar 6

    Colleges and Universities Plan for Coronavirus Outbreak

    With so many hospitals and colleges/universities in the region, we check in with one of each to see how they are planning for a potential coronavirus outbreak. Jennifer Schwartz, MD, Medical Director, Wellesley College Health Services, and Michael Lew, MD, Infectious Disease Specialist, Newton-Wellesley Hospital join the conversation.

  • TWIB Mar 6

    GasBuddy Fuels Search for Low Prices

    GasBuddy CEO Sarah McCrary talks about the plunging prices at the pump due to the coronavirus. Plus, how the GasBuddy app helps people find the best prices at pump.

  • TWIB Mar 6

    February Jobs Report; Seafood Expo in Boston Postponed

    Jon Chesto of The Boston Globe joins us to talk about the strong U.S. jobs figures and market volatility; the Boston Seafood expo cancellation; the Massachusetts House passing a transportation bill; the first in Boston and first minority owned cannabis shop – Pure Oasis opening in Boston and remembering Jack Welch.

  • TWIB Feb 28

    Coronavirus Concerns Prompt Market Plunge

    Jim Lowell, CIO of Adviser Investments, joins us to discuss the coronavirus and its impact on the markets, businesses and the overall economy. Lowell also weighs in on concerns with 401ks.

  • TWIB Feb 28

    Inside the Noom App Approach

    Noom is in the room. The company’s chief psychologist talks about their app and the company’s approach to helping you lose weight and sleep more. What’s unique? And how do they train their staff of 1,700 lifestyle coaches?

  • TWIB Feb 28

    Thousands Attend PAX East Amid Coronavirus Concerns; Gas Tax Hike Proposal

    Doug Banks, Editor of The Boston Business Journal, joins us to discuss the Massachusetts response to the coronavirus crisis; the Columbia gas settlement, fine and sale; the transportation bill and gas tax hike proposal; the controversial Hynes Convention sale and why you might say the BBJ is “Feeling the Bern.”

  • TWIB Feb 14

    Wayfair Layoffs; Mass. AG Sues Juul

    In this edition of our monthly business roundtable, Shirley Leung of The Boston Globe and Doug Banks, Editor of the Boston Business Journal, talk about the Wayfair layoffs, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey’s lawsuit against Juul, the Boston Calling verdict reversal and growing coronavirus concerns.

  • TWIB Feb 14

    Malware Attack Targets Physician Network; Machines to Replace Bartenders at Encore

    Shirley Leung of The Boston Globe and Doug Banks, Editor of the Boston Business Journal are back in this segment to talk about the Malware attack targeting pediatricians, new considerations about changes to the Massachusetts Turnpike in Allston, Encore Boston Harbor replacing many bartenders with robots and UMass Boston’s new chancellor.

  • TWIB Feb 14

    Political Ad-Vantage; Spartan Takes on Tough Mudder

    Shirley Leung from The Boston Globe looks at the money billionaire politicians are spending on political ads on television and other platforms. And Boston Business Journal Editor Doug Banks discusses the effort by Spartan Race to buy Tough Mudder out of bankruptcy. What’s the reason for this decision?

  • TWIB Feb 7

    Lessons to Be Learned From Iowa Caucuses

    Patrick Sullivan, CTO Security Strategy for Akamai, talks with us about the Iowa caucuses App disaster and lessons to be learned beyond elections. Plus, how the coronavirus outbreak is turning into the world’s largest work from home experiment.

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