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Baystate Business: Congressman Keating (Radio)

Jul 14, 2021Bloomberg Business Radio, Council in the News

July 14, 2021
Bloomberg Baystate Business (Radio)
Hosts: Tom Moroney, Joe Shortsleeve, and Kim Carrigan | Producer: Dan Pierce

Bloomberg Baystate Business for Wednesday, July 14, 2021 | Click HERE to listen

– Janet Wu reports on OPT Industries, an MIT spinoff that has 3D printed nasal swabs that can more easily detect early viral infections than regular swabs (3:00)

– Bloomberg Radio and Television simulcast of David Westin interview with Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan (16:39)

– Bloomberg News Fed reporter Matt Boesler to talk about Chair Powell’s testimony on Capitol Hill (44:21)

– Congressman Bill Keating talks about the status of the project to build new Cape bridges, and the problems with labor and housing for Cape Cod businesses (52:57)

– Bloomberg Radio and Television simulcast of Emily Chang’s interview with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella (1:09:54)

– Chris Anderson, President of the Mass High Tech Council, on the Future of Work in Massachusetts report (1:26:17)

– Greg Reibman, President and CEO of the Newton-Needham Chamber of Commerce, on the Future of Work report (1:35:35)

– Caitlin Bankowski, owner/operator of Go Go Goats, a company that will bring goats to your property to eat the weeds and long grass in hard to reach places (1:45:57)

Increasingly, the Massachusetts High Technology Council is stepping up to create, execute, and lead critical statewide competitiveness strategies. Fostering a vision for our innovation economy under the MassVision2050 banner, the Council solidifies its position as a thought leader providing valuable insights to navigate emerging technologies, facilitates long-term planning, and reinforces the Council's commitment to excellence and action in the evolving Massachusetts tech-driven economy.

To learn more, contact Council President Chris Anderson.