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Sure, cool offices aren't everything. But if you're looking to attract great talent, it doesn't hurt if prospective employees leave their interviews fantasizing about being in your space. We talked with nine Chicago companies that go above and beyond buying foosball tables and beanbag chairs to create spaces their employees can feel at home in. Here's what they had to say.
Chicago's traders long have injected money into the city's economy, but now they're becoming bona fide venture capitalists.
Several representatives of the futures industry jointly filed a friend-of-the-court brief opposing the CFTC's definition of “manipulation” being used in a 2013 case against DRW and Don Wilson.
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DRW Investments founder Don Wilson Jr. is fighting allegations that his firm placed manipulative bets in an obscure corner of the futures market.
As part of the "Sweet 16" Series from John Lothian News, founder & CEO Don Wilson shares his thoughts on next year's top economic trends.