In October 1010, Fidelity Bank, one of the oldest and fastest growing, independent community banks in Central Massachusetts, appointed John Merrill to the newly created position of president, chief financial designer and chief lending officer.
Dave Bartlett is president of Kitchen Center of Framingham, the leading designer and installer of custom cabinetry in Metrowest.
In an all-new episode, Steve D'Agostino talks with Jon Dooley, the founder as well as the director of operations and a physical therapist of Greendale Physical Therapy, about the business and economic of physical therapy and wellness. Aired Sunday, September 18 at 10 p.m.
On an all-new episode, host Steve D'Agostino talks with Grace Ross, author of Main Street $marts. They talk about what got us into this economic mess, and how we get through it. Airs Sunday, December 12 at 10 pm.
On this episode of The Business Beat, Steve talks with Virginia Swain of the Institute for Global Leadership. They'll talk about teaching organizations how to cope well with change and conflict. Airs Sunday, December 5th at 10 pm.
This week, host Steve D'Agostino talks with Mark Waxler, general manager of The Beechwood Hotel and Ceres Bistro. They'll be talking about taking the Worcester hospitality business up to a new level. Airs Sunday, November 28 at 10 pm.
This week, Steve talks with Julie Rawson of Many Hands Organic Farm and the Northeast Organic Farming Association. They'll be talking about the business and economics of the slow-food movement. Airs Sunday, November 21 at 10 pm!
The bailout initiative aimed to get the average American family to the point where its mortgage was 30 to 35% percent of its household income. This is a healthy debt-to-income ratio. The truth is, after all of the spending, we are not even close to that average ratio. Where has the money gone?
This week, Steve talks with Tim McGourthy and Joel Fontaine of the City of Worcester. They'll be discussing growing and expanding Worcester’s tax base in healthy, sustainable ways. Airs Sunday, November 7th at 10 pm!
This week, Steve D'Agostino talks with Joyce Kressler of First Night Worcester. They talk about keeping First Night Worcester vital in a tough economy. Airs Sunday, October 31 at 10 pm!
This week, host Steve D'Agostino talks with Tripp Jones, chairman of The Campaign to Protect the Affordable Housing Law. The Campaign is a grassroots coalition of nearly 1,000 individuals and organizations, representing hundreds of thousands of residents.
In an all-new episode, host Steve D'Agostino talks with Jim Henderson, independent candidate for Secretary of the Commonwealth, about how the Secretary's Office can do a better job of serving the business community. Airs Sunday, October 17, at 10 pm.
For an all-new episode, host Steve D'Agostino talks with Steve Fischer of the Regional Environmental Council about the slow-food movement -- taking back our agriculture from Big Agra. Tune in this Sunday, October 10th at 10 pm!
This week, host Steve D'Agostino talks with David Cohen of Glickman Kovago & Company and Scott Rossiter SCORE Worcester. They talk about the Joe Cohen Worcester Retailer of the Year Award.Listen this Sunday, September 26 at 10 p.m.
In an all-new episode, host Steve D'Agostino talks with Geo Villegas, executive director of the Welcome to Worcester Festival. They talk about making Worcester more attractive to outsiders.Listen this Sunday, September 26 at 10 p.m.
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