Rationing Contraception Pills and Ghost Kitchens (Podcast)


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Bloomberg Baystate Business With Tom Moroney, Joe Shortsleeve, Kim Carrigan, Anne Mostue and Janet Wu 6-28-22 Kim Borman, Executive Director of the Boston Women’s Workforce Council, talks about honoring local companies working to close the wage and gender gaps in corporate Boston. Bloomberg’s Cynthia Koons talks about talk about CVS and Ride Aid rationing contraceptive pills. Janet Wu has the latest from the Massachusetts High Technology Council on the growing threat of cyber attacks. Bloomberg’s Olivia Rockeman talks about today’s numbers showing consumer confidence is at a 16-month low. Joanne Belanger, Health Director in Lexington, MA, discusses the rise and dangers of so-called “ghost kitchens”. Bob Luz, President and CEO of the Massachusetts Restaurant Association, is leaving his position this week. He talks about his tenure, and how ghost kitchens could pose possible health violations.

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