Baystate Business: Teachers to the Front (Radio)

Bloomberg Baystate Business for Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021 – John Tocco, V10 Development, about their proposed 21-story residential tower for Everett that would include a rooftop restaurant (2:54) – Brown University student Maggie Bachenberg talks about Pointz, an app that helps bicyclists navigate traffic (16:07) – Bloomberg Opinion columnist Sarah Green Carmichael on work-from-home changing the sick day (25:53) – Janet Wu interviews Brooks Tingle, the President and CEO of John Hancock Insurance, about their new initiative with an unlikely partner, Amazon (32:56) – Rockland Trust CEO Chris Oddleifson on the latest news from his company and trends in banking (47:04) – Bloomberg Opinion columnist Brian Chappatta on the M&A activity in regional banking (1:00:10) – Massachusetts School Superintendents Association President Tom Scott on the President’s vow to get all school employees vaccinated by the end of the month (1:07:33) – Merrie Najimy, President of the Massachusetts Teachers Association, on teachers being put at the head of the line for vaccinations (1:21:17) – Bloomberg News reporter Angelica LaVito on how the pharmacy companies were caught off guard by the President’s announcement (1:32:09) Hosts: Tom Moroney, Joe Shortsleeve and Kim Carrigan Producer: Dan Pierce


This article was originally published in the Bloomberg on March 4, 2021. Click here to view the original article.