Baystate Business: Preparing for Winter (Radio)

Bloomberg Baystate Business for Tuesday, October 13th, 2020

– Bloomberg News health care reporter Riley Griffin on the latest vaccine news, including Johnson & Johnson halting its trial (2:22)

– Greg Vasil, President and CEO of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board, on the current state of the market and the impact of the stress on renters and landlords on the market (17:34)

– Boston Globe real estate reporter Tim Logan on Governor Baker’s proposal concerning housing and the expiration of the eviction moratorium (28:38)

– Bloomberg Law reporter Kimberly Robinson on the Barrett confirmation hearings (34:21)

– State House News Service senior reporter Matt Murphy on calls by business organizations for no tax increases to balance the budget (41:51)

– Kathy Abbott, CEO, Boston Harbor Now, on how her organization is dealing with the pandemic, and issues surrounding the harbor, the ferries, climate change (49:23)

– Bloomberg News gaming and entertainment reporter Chris Palmeri on the Disney reorganization and the troubles faced by the movie business and movie theaters during the pandemic (1:01:34)

– Bloomberg News reporter Brandon Kochkodin on the potential deal between Fenway Sports Group and Redball (1:09:18)

– Dave Delancey, owner of the Lobster Trap in Bourne, on how he fared during the summer season and what he will do the rest of the year (1:21:23)

– Ashley Rowley, Director of the Lake Sunapee Region Chamber of Commerce, on the fall tourist season and the rise of Covid cases in New Hampshire (1:33:15)

Hosts: Joe Shortsleeve, Kim Carrigan and Janet Wu

Producer: Dan Pierce

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