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New England Business Report with Kim Carrigan and Joe Shortsleeve

  • Downtown Development, Tax Windfalls, and Market Trends: Boston Business Experts Share Insights

    26 MAG 2024 · On today’s program, Boston Business Journal senior reporter Greg Ryan talks about the one developer in Boston who is busy buying up downtown buildings. Matt Stout of The Boston Globe joins us to talk about the millionaires tax and how much money it has generated so far. Doug Banks executive editor of the Boston Business Journal talks about the magazines new redesign. Patrick Sylvester Senior vice president with Leader Bank weighs in on the health of the local real estate market as prices continue to climb skyward. And Daniel Guadagnoli of the Fallon Company talks about recruiting the next generation of real estate investors. And serial entrepreneur Paul English talks about his new dating app LOLA.
    58 min.
  • Boston's New Golf Venture, Playoff Boosts, Spring Market Trends, and Summer Travel

    19 MAG 2024 · On today’s program, we talked to Greg Ryan, senior reporter with the Boston Business Journal about a new golf entertainment business coming to Boston. We also talk to John Caron, owner of West End Johnnies, about the booming business in the North End as a result of the Bruins and Celtics playoff games. Anthony Lamacchia of Lamacchia Real Estate joins us to talk about the spring market. Also we chat with the  owner of Travels by Rhonda about group outings. Rhonda Gilbert will tell us where people want to go in 2024 and we close the show with the vice president of marketing for the Chatham Bars Inn, Courtney Lowe. He talks about the upcoming summer season.
    58 min.
  • Today's Highlights: Nantucket Rentals, Amazon's Robotics, Steward Health Care, Sal's Pizza Growth

    12 MAG 2024 · On today’s program, we speak with the editor of the Nantucket Current,Jason Graziadei,  about Tuesday’s town meeting vote and the issue of a short term rentals. Aaron Pressman, business reporter for The Boston Globe, joins us to talk about his article visiting the Amazon $400 million robotic warehouse in North Andover, the biggest in the state. Don Seiffert,  managing editor of the Boston Business Journal takes us inside the bankruptcy filing of Steward Health Care and finally Sal Lupoli of Sal‘s pizza fame join us to talk about his growing Pizza Empire.
    57 min. 11 sec.
  • Rundown on Boston's Business Landscape: Downtown Revival, Corporate Headquarters, Flower Farming, and Women's Soccer Expansion

    5 MAG 2024 · This weeks program, Boston Business Journal senior reporter Greg Ryan talks about the changing demographics in the construction industry. Jim, Rooney, CEO, and president of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce weighs in on the health of downtown Boston and all those empty storefronts.  Boston Globe business reporter Jon Chesto explains toy maker Lego’s  decision to locate their United States corporate headquarters in Boston.  Chris Grant of Grant Family Farm in West Newbury talks about the booming business of fresh cut flowers. And finally, Jennifer Epstein. Controlling Partner of Boston Unity Soccer Partners talks about the new women’s soccer team coming to Boston in 2026 as part of the National  Women’s Soccer League.  
    58 min.
  • Insights from Boston's Business Leaders: Real Estate Trends, Legislative Priorities, and Community Development

    28 APR 2024 · On today’s program, the executive editor of the Boston business Journal Doug Banks talks about his meeting with North End restaurant owners. Jeff Myers of Colliers international talks about downtown Boston vacancy rates and commercial properties. Patrick Sylvester senior vice president at Leader Bank talks about the spring real estate market. Maura Sullivan executive Director of the Arc of Massachusetts talks about legislative priorities on Beacon Hill. And finally Taunton mayor Shaunna O’Connell discusses South Coast rail, and how her community will benefit from it.
    58 min. 1 sec.
  • Urban Update: Taxes, Mortgages, Dining, and Playoffs

    21 APR 2024 · On today’s program senior reporter for the Boston business Journal Greg Ryan talks about Mayor Wu’s effort to shift the property tax burden more to commercial properties. Jay Tuli , the president of Leader Bank talks about rising mortgage interest rates. Joan Vennochi of The Boston Globe looks at the dispute with North End restaurant, owners, and City Hall regarding outdoor dining. Skip Perham , program Director for the sports management team, looks at the economic impact the NBA and NHL playoffs will have the city of Boston. And Brooke Thomson , the CEO of the associated industries of Massachusetts, looks at the states economy.
    58 min.
  • Real Estate Trends, Summer Preparations, and Policy Changes: Insights from Business Leaders

    14 APR 2024 · In this weeks episode,  Anthony LaMacchia talks about how higher interest rates are impacting real estate sales. Paul Niedzwiecki , CEO of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce talks about the approaching summer season.. Peter Brennan executive Director of the New England convenience, store and energy marketers association talks about the tobacco ban for those born after January 1, 2000 in Brookline. Greg Reibman of the Charles River. Chamber of Commerce talks about the revenue impact from the Boston Marathon running through  2 of his 4 communities. And finally Martha, Sheridan Pressident of Meet Boston talks about the Boston Marathon and other big events in the city.
    58 min.
  • Business Perspectives: Baseball, Real Estate, Solar Events, and Urban Health

    7 APR 2024 · On today’s program,  Timothy Zue, chief financial officer, for the Boston Red Sox talks about the business of baseball. Doug Banks, executive editor of the Boston business Journal talks about the New England revolution possibly building a stadium in Everett, Massachusetts. Jeff Lawson, the Director of hello Burlington, Vermont talks about the business impacts from Monday’s solar eclipse. Anthony Lamacchia of Lamacchia Realty talks about the impact of rising interest rates on the real estate market. Stephen Hanjack of the Massachusetts, golf Association joins us to discuss the business of golf as we move into spring. Jon Chesto, business reporter with The Boston Globe closes out the program talking about the health of downtown Boston.
    58 min.
  • Today's Business Roundup: Ports, Pricing, Property, and the Power of AI

    31 MAR 2024 · On today’s program, Joe and Kim speak with Ernie Boch, CEO of Subaru of New England about the situation at the port of Baltimore. Doug Banks, executive editor of the Boston business journal talks about some colleges now charging $90,000 a year. Anthony Lamacchia of Lamacchia Realty talks about the supply of new homes on the market, and how inventory is improving. Patrick Sylvester, vice president with Leader Bank talks about a new program to help streamline the buying process in some cases closing a property in 10 days. Finally, Paul Carelis of MP talks about AI, artificial intelligence in the workplace.
    58 min.
  • Insights on Economic Trends and Industry Developments with Kim Carrigan and Joe Shortsleeve

    24 MAR 2024 · Kim Carrigan and Joe Shortsleeve talk to the president of Leader Bank Jay Tuli about interest rates and the Feds latest move to hold interest rates steady. Doug Banks executive editor of the Boston Business Journal joins the program to talk about the latest traffic report showing that congestion on the highways is back to the 2019 levels. Anthony Lamacchia of Lamacchia Realty talks about the possibility of broker fees changing dramatically this summer following a major lawsuit against The National Association of Realtors.    Eric Papachristo, CEO of  A Street Hospitality talks about the opening of their new restaurant inside Raffles, Boston’s newest five star hotel.  Paul Carelis of MP Services talks about the use of AI when managing payroll and human resources. And finally Skip Perham, Sports management program Director at the Suffolk University Sawyer school of business, talks about the NCAA Tournament coming to Boston and the financial impact.
    58 min.

The New England Business Report is a lively discussion focusing on this region’s economy. Every Sunday morning at 8 AM for one hour we will discuss the major business stories...

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The New England Business Report is a lively discussion focusing on this region’s economy. Every Sunday morning at 8 AM for one hour we will discuss the major business stories of the week and how they impact our local state and regional economy. Joe & Kim will talk to the CEOs and the newsmakers in the headlines that week. They’ll also be joined by the region’s top business reporters each and every week!
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