The Wintrust Business Lunch: Terry Savage, Scott Kleinberg, Ian Sherr

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Happy Back to the Future Day!  We’ll get to that – but first, show regular Terry Savage kicks off the show by answering your questions live.  Next, Scott Kleinberg of the Chicago Tribune takes a look at Facebook’s new initiative to expose state-sponsored and government hacking.  It’s an interesting business step for the social media giant. Also, will Burger King’s new black bun bring in more customers or will it turn them away?  Scott and Amy discuss.

And finally – Amy and Ian Sherr of CNET race to see who can hit 88 Miles Per Hour before the other.  The two fans wrap up the show by looking at the products from the film that actually exist today.  All that and more on this episode of the Wintrust Business Lunch!

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