Curt Nickisch serves as WBUR’s Business & Technology Reporter. He strives to tell the best tech, economy and financial stories in ways that both biz-savvy insiders and business neophytes find intriguing and informative.
His start in radio journalism began during Fulbright study in Europe, where he reported for Germany’s international broadcaster. He’s now a regular contributor to NPR and Marketplace. Curt has won various journalism honors, including national Edward R. Murrow and Scripps Howard Radio Awards.
BOSTON — The Market Basket standoff continues without resolution. Shareholders have still not reached a deal to sell the supermarket chain to former CEO Arthur T. Demoulas.
BOSTON — HubSpot provides online marketing services to small and medium-sized businesses.
BOSTON — A spokeswoman for the ousted CEO says “there is nothing that stands in the way of getting this done this weekend.”
BOSTON — New Hampshire freelance journalist James Foley, long missing in Syria, was executed by Islamic militants.
BOSTON — Gov. Patrick says it seems a deal to allow ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas to purchase a controlling share of the supermarket chain is close, but the two sides are still hammering out details.
BOSTON — Low-income shoppers make up a disproportionately large part of Market Basket’s customer base, compared to other supermarkets.
BOSTON — Letters have gone out to a number of administrative, warehouse and distribution workers, warning that they’ll be fired if they don’t return to work by Friday.
BOSTON — There’s another call from members of the Market Basket board of directors to resolve the month-long standoff wracking the supermarket chain.
BOSTON — Spokeswoman for Arthur T. Demoulas dismisses Market Basket’s independent directors’ proposed compromise as “games and attempts at window dressing.”
BOSTON — Still, the governor stops short of calling for any specific solution to the standoff.
BOSTON — Researchers at the Broad Institute in Cambridge plan to use Ted Stanley’s donation to catalog all the genetic variations that contribute to severe psychiatric disorders.
The on-demand car ride company is taking to the waters of Boston Harbor to try out water taxi service.
When the photo was snapped, the first rush had passed. The medical professionals didn’t know that another 24 patients were on their way.
BOSTON — The Republican potentially has a rare chance to get right back on the horse that bucked him off.
Sen. Scott Brown has filed legislation in the Senate that could change the way startups are funded.