Top executives from General Electric gathered with Boston's top business and political leaders on Monday to celebrate the company's move to Boston. 
The big headline that came from the event was GE's commitment to donate 50 million dollars locally over five years, including 25 million for the city's public schools. It was a story picked up nationwide, and celebrated by both Governor Charlie Baker and Mayor Marty Walsh. Unimpressed were protesters outside the event, who called attention to the 25 million dollars in property tax abatement GE is getting from Boston, plus 120 million in state infrastructure, the possibility the company could pay no rent, and serious continuing environmental concerns.

Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce CEO,  Jim Rooney ( @Boston_Rooney), and The Boston Globe Business Reporter  Jon Chesto ( @jonchesto) joined Jim on Tuesday night to discuss.