Bloomberg Baystate Business: NAFTA, Warren, and the Tape

Bloomberg Boston Bureau Chief Tom Moroney and Radio News Anchors Peter Barnes, Pat Carroll and Anne Mostue are joined by top names from local business and finance to medicine and politics, along with Bloomberg reporters covering the latest stories in Boston, the Bay State and beyond. Today we talked about the confirmation of Jay Powell to head up the Federal Reserve with our Fed reporter Chris Condon. Anne Mostue gave us a preview from the State House of Governor Baker’s "State of the Commonwealth" speech. We spoke with Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Jim Rooney about the NAFTA negotiations in Montreal. Pulitzer-Prize winning columnist David Shribman talked about why Pittsburgh should beat Boston in the competition for Amazon’s second headquarters. Boston Globe reporter Annie Linsky told us why Senator Warren is now taking heat from the left for the unresolved question of her Native American ancestry. Skillz CEO Andrew Paradise stopped by to give us an update on his company. Finally, Greg Venner, the CEO of KT Tape in Utah, told us how his company’s special tape came to be on Tom Brady’s hand as QB12 led the Pats to another Super Bowl appearance.

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