The Agenda: What the Olympic Games Mean for the Economy

Monday, August 06, 2012

Today's Agenda is all about the Olympics. Athletes representing the United Kingdom are enjoying a real gold rush at the 2012 Games. As the Olympics draws closer to the halfway point, talk shifts from the athletics to the lasting economic effect of the Olympics on its host city of London.

Shira Springer, writer for the Boston Globe, has been covering the games from London.


Shira Springer

Produced by:

Paul R. Smith

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