With moves by 15 states to call a convention of the states, hosts Llewellyn King and Linda Gasparello talk to James D.R. Philips, author of “Two Revolutions and the Constitution: How the English and American Revolutions Produced the American Constitution.“
Llewellyn King talks about the drive to zero-emissions freight with Asher Bennett, founder and CEO of Tevva, and Rick Davis, partner at Stonecourt Capital.
Llewellyn King discusses whether Americans can build unity in 2022 with Richard Arenberg, Visiting Professor of Political Science at Brown University and Clinton Vince, Chair of the U.S. Energy Practice of Dentons.
Two Texan professors and entrepreneurs, John Sibley Butler of the University of Texas at Austin and Andres Carvallo of Texas State University, round up the year with hosts Llewellyn King and Linda Gasparello.
Host Llewellyn King and Co-host Linda Gasparello talk with David Downey, CEO of the International Downtown Association, about reviving urban districts and downtown commerce.
Host Llewellyn King talks with David Tessitore, President of the Providence Radio Association, about the history of amateur radio and its impact on telecommunications.
Host Llewellyn King and Co-host Linda Gasparello discuss environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria which are of increasing interest to companies, their investors and other stakeholders, with Derek Young, managing director of ESG Consulting Services, a division of Summit Strategy Group.
With an eye to the COP26 summit in Glasgow, Scotland, Host Llewellyn King discusses the importance of the digitization of utilities on the road to a clean and resilient electricity supply with Arshad Mansoor, President and CEO, Electric Power Research Institute; Robert Schwartz, President and CEO, Anterix; and Clinton Vince, Chair, U.S. Energy Practice, Dentons.
Tan Tran, CEO of Vemanti Group, talks to hosts Llewellyn King and Linda Gasparello about his company’s new way to provide financial services to the unbanked and underbanked here and abroad.
Tom Keane, columnist for The Boston Globe, talks with hosts Llewellyn King and Linda Gasparello about the rewards of his D.C. charter school work, and the deep political rifts in America.