Chicago: Time For Innovation
It's totally counterintuitive. To anyone who has been to Chicago lately, the city is bustling and full of optimism. Crime is down, unemployment stands at 4%, and restaurants are packed with people with money to spend. Chicago is booming along with the rest of the nation. But look beyond the current prosperity just a bit and the future of Chicago becomes cloudy. Other cities are innovating and changing, bringing new dynamism to old industries or creating new ones that will take them into the 21st century. San Francisco has high tech. New York has securities, banks, and media. Los Angeles has entertainment. Boston has mutual funds and tech. Chicago has...what?
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