On this week’s episode of East to West, “Let’s Talk Business,” we’re taking a closer look at unique business dynamics in Boston. We’ll cover Boston’s short term rental market, the impact of Amazon in Boston, and a new center for innovation on campus.
You can read more about the stories featured in this podcast at the following links:
Airbnb, short-term rentals pose challenges to Boston’s housing market: http://dfpress.co/2ny8gK7
Amazon HQ2 could boost employment but strain Boston’s infrastructure: http://dfpress.co/2DVQg6B
Build Lab set to open Feb. 5, support students’ innovative ideas: http://dfpress.co/2otuI7W
This episode originally aired on February 5, 2018.
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