An MIT start-up is once again making waves in the clothing industry.
Cardinal Sean O’Malley’s name has surfaced at the Vatican as a possible successor to Pope Benedict XVI, who is retiring at the end of this month.
As New England struggles to shrug off the effects of the recession, Boston’s innovation economy is growing and creating hundreds of new jobs.
Starting this summer executives looking for help in teaching their employees how to innovate will have another place to turn.
Jim Koch, Founder of The Boston Beer Company, discusses the importance of having enthusiasm for your business and explains how innovation adds value to any business.
In part 3 Mike Dreese, CEO of Newbury Comics, discusses how to deal with layoffs, how the challenges of the economy also provide huge opportunity.
In part 4 the panelists discuss the most difficult business decision they’ve had to make and some of the obstacles they have faced and how they defeated those obstacles.
In part 6 the panelists discuss the future and how they envision their businesses might change. The key to moving forward with success is to have “good ideas.”