Wintrust Business Lunch 8/29/15: Lewis Lazare, Vanessa Diffenbaugh, Tom Gimbel, Bruce Katz

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2015 Walk of Fame Inductee, Steve Bertrand. (Kristin Decker/WGN Radio)

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Today on the Wintrust Business Lunch, Steve Bertrand has Chicago Business Journal writer Lewis Lazare back in the studio to talk about Cirque Du Soleil’s return to Chicago and the biggest problem in the airline industry today. Then Tom Gimbel, one of the founders of the LaSalle Network tells us what businesses can learn from the way the Cubs are playing right now. Jon Hansen from DNA Info is back with more openings and closings around the city. Author Vanessa Diffenbaugh sits down with Steve to talk about her new novel “We Never Asked For Wings.” Then Bruce Katz from the Brookings Institute talks about whether or not architecture and design can foster creativity.

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