Andy Rosen

Like cod, whales, and trees of eras past, ideas are the sustaining natural resource of our region’s economy today. Venture capital investors supply the money that helps some ideas become reality. Andy covers the intersection of money and innovation to uncover the most promising, interesting, disruptive ideas coming out of startup companies, universities, and incubators/accelerators; tells the stories of how their creators got where they are and where they want to go; and explains who is providing the money, how they come to their choices, and where they are looking for the next big thing.

Andy has worked at the Globe since 2014, and has also worked as a producer for and been a breaking news and general assignment reporter and editor for the Metro section. He came to the Globe from The Baltimore Sun, where he was crime and courts editor. Andy grew up in Haverhill and graduated from UMass Amherst.

Latest stories

With a food truck and more, Encore is looking to appeal to the low-rollers, too

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The glitzy $2.6 billion resort — which has fallen well short of revenue projections — wants people who are not living a life of nonstop luxury to know that lower rollers are welcome, too.

Solace for laid-off Wayfair workers: Other Boston tech companies are hungry for talent

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With tech companies in Boston routinely describing a shortage of talent as one of the main limits to their growth here, many laid-off Wayfair employees should have options.

The tech boom’s still going strong, if you’re making ‘boring, unsexy’ software

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Boston-based Battery Ventures just raised $2 billion, a signal that investors still want in on companies making tech for businesses.

Don’t expect Barstool Sports headliners to go anywhere after casino deal

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Penn National, which owns Plainridge Park casino, is buying a minority stake in the impertinent sports and culture media company founded in Massachusetts.