Baystate Business: Ballots and Earnings (Radio)

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Bloomberg Baystate Business
July 30, 2020

– Bloomberg News political reporter Ryan Teague Beckwith on the idea of delaying the election which was tweeted out by the President earlier in the day (2:57)

– Boston Globe state house reporter Matt Stout on the issues surrounding mail-in ballots in Massachusetts (13:26)

– Boston Herald political columnist Joe Battenfeld on the latest from the Kennedy-Markey race, and the increasing tension between Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and city councilor Michelle Wu (25:37)

– Forrester Research analyst Sucharita Kodali on Amazon earnings (30:31)

– Bloomberg News gaming reporter Chris Palmeri on the sports gambling issue and the latest from MGM (40:23)

– Douglas Quattrochi, Executive Director, MassLandlords, on the eviction moratorium and its impact on landlords across the state (44:00)

– Bloomberg Intelligence restaurant analyst Michael Halen on the state of the industry, and the announcement by Dunkin’ that they could close as many as 800 stores (54:00)

– Dr. Vanessa Kerry, Director of the Program in Global Public Policy and Social Change at Harvard Medical School (pretape at 1 PM), on Cape Cod virus worries (1:00:34)

– Roberto Santamaria, Director of Health and Human Services on Nantucket, about their spike in new Covid cases and the behavior of people vacationing on the island (1:14:52)

Hosts: Tom Moroney, Joe Shortsleeve and Kim Carrigan

Producer: Dan Pierce

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