The Bold Types covers the movers and shakers in Boston's business scene.
Janelle Nanos sits down with leaders in the city's business community to talk about career paths, work, and accomplishments. Jon Chesto compiles a weekly roundup of the comings and goings of Boston change-makers and happenings at local institutions.
Bold Types | With SparkCharge, Josh Aviv is providing electric vehicle charging on-demand
Bold Types | Christophe Chantre of Tender Foods is making a meatier plant-based meat
Bold Types | With Curio Spice Co., Claire Cheney is reinventing the spice trade
Nick Falkoff is constructing climate change solutions
Bold Types|Charley Cummings is building a new kind of bank
Bold Types | Andrea Stanley is building a local grain economy from the Ground Up
Former Shepley Bulfinch CEO retires after putting the Boston architectural firm on a national expansion
Manatt keeps beefing up its Boston office; Peter Lynch brings in big bucks for Catholic schools; Citizens Bank boss keeps eye on the horizon; Larson and Spring: Old friends, sometimes confused for one another.
Bold Types|Tracy Chang
Bold Types | Maria Camila Vasco
Bold Types | Rach Junard & Jaylee Momplaisir
Bold Types | Hadley & TJ Douglas
Bold Types | Jae’da Turner
Bold Types | Ross Chanowski
Bold Types|Bob Rivers
Bold Types|David Howse
Bold Types | Lyndia Downie
Lyndia Downie has devoted her career to the Pine Street Inn, which serves Boston’s homeless population, and has been the organization's president since 2000. As Pine Street Inn celebrates its 50th anniversary, Downie discusses its future and its focus on finding permanent housing for its guests.
Bold Types | Niraj Shah
Bold Types | Vikki Spruill
Bold Types | Amy Latimer
Bold Types: Greg Shell
Bold Types: John Fish
Bold Types: Andrew Dreyfus
Bold Types: Joanne Chang