Bloomberg Radio Features Altair’s President

Bloomberg Baystate Business for Tuesday, September 29th, 2020

– Beth Casoni, executive director of the Massachusetts Lobstermen’s Association, on the low oxygen content of the ocean water and what it means for the lobster catch (2:35)

– Bloomberg Contributor and Iona College Political Science professor Jeanne Zaino has a preview of tonight’s presidential debate (16:32)

– Boston Globe reporter Andy Rosen on the booming local home renovation industry (34:02)

– Janet Ceddia, President and Managing Member of Altair Construction in Newton, on the booming renovation business and the problems it has created (45:15)

– Jill Nelson, VP of Brand Marketing at Dunkin’ Brands, on their National Coffee Day/National Dunkin’ Day campaign, and other marketing issues (56:57)

– Janet Wu reports on the increase in Covid cases in Massachusetts (1:05:38)

– Northeastern infectious disease expert Sam Scarpino on the worrying Covid trends in Massachusetts (1:08:54)

– Anne Mostue reports on the changing political climate in Boston as city councilors Michelle Wu and Andrea Campbell enter the race for Mayor (1:18:28)

– Boston Mayor Marty Walsh on the issues facing the city (1:21:51)

Hosts: Tom Moroney, Joe Shortsleeve and Kim Carrigan

Producer: Dan Pierce

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