Bloomberg Baystate Business:
Barrand on Pine Street Inn Partnership

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 and around Boston. Today we carried Mick Mulvaney’s news conference live as President Trump’s pick to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau told reporters he has no plans to “set the agency on fire.” Bloomberg’s Kevin Cirilli then interviewed Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren about the controversy over who should lead the agency. Anne Mostue interviewed Dicerna Pharmaceutical CEO Douglas Fambrough about trade secret laws and tax reform. We also heard from Governor Chris Sununu of New Hampshire about his state leading all of New England in economic growth. Finally, we spoke with Kate Barrand, CEO of Horizons for Homeless Children about their partnership with the Pine Street Inn and iCater to feed hungry children.


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