Marc Schulman has not forgotten his formative years growing up in the restaurant owned by his parents, Eli and Esther Schulman, longtime operators of Eli’s The Place for Steak in Chicago’s Streeterville neighborhood. Working in that restaurant, which closed three years ago after a nearly 40-year run, shaped Schulman’s values about running a business in the best interests of both customers and employees.Eli’s, which opened in 1966, was well-known in its day as a gathering place for upwardly ...

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