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Globe reporter Janelle Nanos sits down with leaders in the city’s business community to talk about their career paths, work and accomplishments, as well as their vision for Boston’s future.

More business headlines

The Cape Cod bridges are a traffic nightmare. But plans for improvement are taking shape

State officials want to add or move several highway ramps, reconfigure rotaries, and create signalized intersections around the Bourne and Sagamore bridges. And the federal government is considering a complete replacement of those bridges.

Proposed HUD rule would strip transgender protections at homeless shelters

The proposed rule comes one day after HUD Secretary Ben Carson assured members of Congress that the agency had no plans to eliminate the 2012 Equal Access Rule.

Chesto Means Business

Boston group brings corporate America to D.C. to push for climate bill

Members of Congress are used to hearing from the usual suspects — the enviros and other lefties – about the pressing need for a law that would carbon emissions. But Corporate America has joined the crusade.

Qualcomm violated antitrust law, judge rules

US District Judge Lucy Koh’s ruling sided with the Federal Trade Commission, which in 2017 sued the San Diego-based chipmaker on accusations its agreements with phone makers undermined competition.

Business agenda

A SEO bootcamp, a networking event, and other events and things to know.


The high-stakes poker game that Wynn Resorts and MGM just lost

Vegas titans Matt Maddox and Jim Murren forgot that what happens in Vegas doesn’t happen in Massachusetts.


Forget the partisans, Trump should pick Boston’s Eric Rosengren for the Fed board

There are plenty of candidates out there would be excellent stewards of the economy without the political baggage and Boston’s Rosengren is one of them.

Boston area housing market in full spring bloom

April sales were up almost 3 percent compared with the same month last year.