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  • Everyone tells you to meet with the decision-maker — the CEO. However, it seems no one offers any advice on what to say when you get to that meeting, what to do when you get to that meeting, or what to ask when you get to that meeting. 
  • This fall, the word “zebra” won’t only refer to the referees overseeing National Football League games. Lincolnshire-based Zebra Technologies is partnering with the NFL to gather information  for what they call “next gen stats’ for football fans. 
  • Jacqueline Camacho-Ruiz has pushed through many tough obstacles along her path in creating an award-winning public relations and marketing agency in Naperville. 
  • First Midwest Bancorp: Mark G. Sander
    Itasca-based First Midwest Bancorp has appointed Mark G. Sander to its board of directors. 
  • Meet Chicago Northwest:  Heather Larson
    Meet Chicago Northwest, the destination marketing organization for Chicago’s northwest suburbs based in Schaumburg, has named Heather Larson, CMP to spearhead the organization’s sales efforts as the newly-appointed Director of Destination Sales. 
  • United Stationers Inc. based in Deerfield announced Paul Barrett will serve as chief operating officer industrial. 
Newsmakers' Forum: Managing a Family Business
Lisa Tomscheck, president of Arthur Clesen in Lincolnshire, speaks at the Daily Herald Business Ledger Newsmakers' Forum: Managing a Family Business
Newsmakers' Forum: Managing a Family Business
Lisa Tomscheck, president of Arthur Clesen in Lincolnshire, speaks at the Daily Herald Business Ledger Newsmakers' Forum: Managing a Family Business
Mt. Prospect business owner wins $6.5 million settlement
The owner of Ye Olde Town Inn in downtown Mount Prospect received a $6.5 million settlement from the village after filing a lawsuit in 2008.
Chase employees pack meals for hungry families in Elgin
Roughly 250 Chase Bank employees in Elgin packed 30,000 meals for local families in need.
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