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