KAPOS: Chicago CEOs on how 9/11 changed their career paths
"It was a smack in the face," said Maria Kim, who decided to leave the boutique insurance firm that had employed her since college and instead work in nonprofits after terrorists flew airplanes into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.
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In a release, Pritzker said she sees drones helping "revolutionize" the business world in how it collects and produces data.
She's founder and chairman of PSP Capital. The Chica...