Ana Dutra resigns as CEO of Executives' Club of Chicago
Dutra will remain in her post until the board chooses her successor, perhaps around Labor Day.
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President Barack Obama's commerce secretary is working with Chris Gladwin to boost Chicago's tech game beyond winning Amazon's HQ2. She's also investing in tech startups.
One of the state's biggest pension funds has tapped a new chief to replace longtime leader Bill Atwood, who resigned last week.
Dr. Patrice Harris was elected as the next president of the Chicago-based American Medical Association, which celebrated her with a standing ovation.
Three executives talk about running companies in a male-dominated industry.
Lawyers from Valorem Law have formed a firm that will work with legal process outsourcer Elevate Services. The new law firm will handle legal work that ABA rules dictate must be done by attorneys.
No matter why companies insist on workplace policies that impede women's careers, there's a real cost to the entire organization, writes the CEO of the Chicago Network.
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