Vax and the wait-and-see attitude – LOB 213



Vax now or wait-and-see? The Language of Business looks at the current state of vaccinations and a response to the wait-and-see attitude.

Host Greg Stoller talks with Dr. Christopher Gill, Professor of Global Health at Boston University.

Host Greg Stoller

Dr. Christopher Gill

 

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The vaccination debate: Is it even a debate? – LOB 212



The debate over vaccinations is raging…but is it even a debate? The Language of Business meets with two physicians who both have firm opinions on the issue. Host
Greg Stoller meets with Liza Meyerhardt, Internist at Newton-Wellesley Hospital and Carol Bascom Slack, Assistant Professor of Medical Education at Tufts University School of Medicine.

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Liza Meyerhardt

Carol Bascom Slack

 

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Crew and Track & Field are back. Sports reopening Part 2 – LOB 211



After a year of practically no normal activity, college sports are back. Not just football and basketball, but everything. The Language of Business looks at how Boston University Crew and Track & Field made it through the pandemic and are raring to start the Fall 2021 season.

Host Host Greg Stoller talks with BU Head Coach of Lightweight Rowing Malcolm Doldron and BU Director of Cross Country and Track & Field Gabe Sanders.

Host Greg Stoller

Malcolm Doldron

Gabe Sanders

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The fans are back at the ballpark. The reopening of the other Red Sox – LOB 210



Last year Major League Baseball had only a small number of fans…and they were made of cardboard. The Minor Leagues and the Cape Cod League and the NCAA college teams had no 2020 season at all. And 2021 was off to a shaky start. But now…the fans are back!

The Language of Business looks at the reopening of the Red Sox. Not the Boston Red Sox, but first…the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox of the Cape Cod Baseball League.

…And the International League AAA affiliate of the Boston Red Sox…newly relocated from Pawtucket, Rhode Island to Worcester, Massachusetts, the Worcester Red Sox.

Host Greg Stoller gets the inside scoop from Steve Faucher, General Manager Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox of the Cape Cod League and Joe Bradlee, VP Baseball Operations and Community Relations, Worcester Red Sox

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Host Greg Stoller

Steve Faucher, General Manager Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox

Joe Bradlee, VP Baseball Operations and Community Relations, Worcester Red Sox

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An installed home charger for your electric vehicle, and why the UK is ahead of the US with EVs – LOB 208



 

Electric cars are all the talk. The Language of Business gets the inside buzz on how to have a home charger installed…and what it costs. How is the US doing in the development of EVs compared to the UK? Host Greg Stoller talks with Matt Londre of Willow Glen Electric about home chargers, then hops across the Pond to learn from Martin Miller of EV Experts how the British Government has made a big difference.

Greg Stoller

Matt Londre

Martin Miller

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A shameless plug for electric cars. How far can they go? – LOB 207



A shameless plug for electric cars. Seems like the way of the future. But…how far can they go before the battery dies? That’s the #1 concern for anyone thinking of going gasless.  The Language of Business looks at the latest advances in plug-in transportation. Host Greg Stoller talks with Patrick Comerford, Internet Sales Manager at Prime Automotive Group about the new electric Audi e-tron.

Also Tusani Parague of Quirk Cars about the new Electric Ford F-150 Lightning that President Joe Biden took for a test drive on 60 Minutes.

Host Greg Stoller

Patrick Comerford

Tusani Parague

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Real Estate and the pandemic: Who’s winning in Boston? – LOB 206



Real estate and the pandemic: Who is winning in Boston? Traffic seems to be picking up. The T Commuter Rail trains are no longer empty. Are these signs of a comeback? In part 2 of our series The Language of Business looks at the impact on commercial real estate in Boston. Host Greg Stoller talks with John Conroy, President of East Coast Realty in Boston and Chris Mearn of District Advisors Real Estate.

Host Greg Stoller

John Conroy

Chris Mearn

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Real Estate and the pandemic: who’s winning in DC? – LOB 205



The pandemic obviously has had an impact on real estate. In part 1 of our series, The Language of Business looks at who’s winning and losing in Washington DC…and when will we see a comeback? A year ago Host Greg Stoller talked with Michael Goldman, President of MGA Commercial Real Estate Advising about the state of commercial real estate in DC. Now we check back with him on signs of a comeback. Plus, MGA Managing Director Benjamin Smith sees traffic jams as a sign of better things to come.

Host Greg Stoller

Michael Goldman

Benjamin Smith

 

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Editing killer video like a surgeon – LOB 204



The key to producing killer video? Editing like a surgeon. In this episode The Language of Business meets the man who wrote the book on video editing. Host Greg Stoller talks with Mark Spencer of Ripple Training. Plus, last week two guests raved about Final Cut Pro as the best editing system. Stephen Hart of Adobe Creative Campus has a different take.

Host Greg Stoller

Mark Spencer

Stephen Hart

 

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Stupid Raisins and Final Cut – LOB 203




Video is exploding…from kids on Tik-Tok to media professionals to retirees memorializing vacation trips. In this episode of The Language of Business host Greg Stoller talks with Dylan Higginbotham, Owner and Chief “Raisin Hater” at Stupid Raisins, and Dustin Danesi, Content Creation Wizard about the best tools for killer video editing.

Host Greg Stoller

“Chief Raisin Hater” Dylan Higginbotham

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