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Jaron Lanier makes no claim to be a psychic, but he knows what he knows. "Let me give you a headline that will happen in the coming weeks," Lanier, a computer scientist and author alternately credited with coining or popularizing the term "virtual...
CBOE Holdings Chairman and Chief Executive William Brodsky pulled out his chirping smartphone in the middle of a business lunch. At a table where the preference for Apple iPhones and Samsung Galaxys was evident, Brodsky's BlackBerry was a onetime...
Never mind that winter is upon us. It is the chill of ICE from Atlanta descending on New York causing goose bumps for those connected with Chicago's trading exchanges. No one knows for certain what the impact will be of upstart IntercontinentalExchange'...
Tribune reporterA coalition of public employee unions issued a report today blasting state legislation to address their vastly underfunded pension systems and offering instead to make increased worker contributions if lawmakers raised $2 billion by ending tax benefits to...
Tags: Retirement, Employees, Pension and Welfare, Politics, AFL-CIO
The hall outside CBOE Chairman and Chief Executive William Brodsky's office is lined with his personal collection of photos and other artwork of various trading exchanges around the world. "This is very special because it's capturing almost 400 years of...
Few leaders of publicly traded companies in Chicago have been more ensconced in the role of chief executive than William Brodsky. After 16 years at the helm of the Chicago Board Options Exchange and nearly 40 years in the exchange industry here and in...
The first several minutes of "Sushi: The Global Catch" (at the Siskel Film Center through Wednesday) lure you in with a quiet but detailed look at the extensive training required of sushi chefs in Japan. The seven-year apprenticeship is not for...
Clout StreetDemocratic Gov. Pat Quinn was in New York on Tuesday to ring the opening bell at a stock exchange and get some face time on a national cable morning chatfest. The cost to taxpayers? An estimated $1,200 on airfare and hotel for the governor and a press...
By Kathy BergenTribune reporter1:35 PM CST, November 8, 2011AdvertisementA state House committee this afternoon is expected to weigh a potentially costly tax-break bill that aims to keep CME Group Inc. and Sears Holdings Corp. from moving operations out...
Occupy Chicago protesters are writing another chapter in a long history of dissent in this city. Here are 10 demonstrated facts: 1 Chicago has never landed an Olympics, but in 1932 it hosted a "counter-Olympics." The event was organized by American...
Clout StreetSenate President John Cullerton said Thursday that progress is being made toward a broad deal to pair tax breaks for the city’s financial exchanges with relief for smaller businesses and individual taxpayers. Legislative leaders, who meet privately...
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