NightSide’s Dan Rea talks with Professor Gilbert Brown from UMASS Lowell about Japan’s nuclear situation.
Dan Rea’s guest, Marc Goldsmith is a nuclear engineer answers Dan and caller questions.
How large is Japan, say in relation to the United States? – Virginia, Brockton
As Japan teeters on the edge of a nuclear disaster, Boston-area firms with employees and operations in the country are anxiously watching.
The parents of a Wayland woman who is teaching in Japan are pleading for help to get their daughter home.
The nuclear accident in Japan is being watched closely by folks in Seabrook, New Hampshire, site of the last nuclear power plant to be built in America.
Uncertainty in Japan has sent the stock market on a roller coaster ride. That has many investors pulling out of the market.
WBZ News Radio’s Evan Dangle, in for Financial Editor Dave Caruso reports the Japanese nuclear crisis is affecting overseas markets negatively and could spill onto Wall Street for days to come.
There are mounting concerns over the global impact of that massive earthquake and tsunami in Japan which pushed stocks lower.
Three of the six reactors at a Japanese nuclear site are in danger of a meltdown. All three were built about the same time as the Pilgrim nuclear station in Plymouth and have very similar designs.