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United Continental blames weather for steep 1Q loss

Bill Daley to join Switzerland-based hedge fund

Bemoaning ‘bling’ culture, city treasurer wants more financial literacy

Chicago's Office of the City Treasurer plans to create the “Office of Financial Inclusion” as part of an effort to develop financial literacy programs, Treasurer Stephanie Neely announced at a City Club of Chicago speech Wednesday.

“As city treasurer, I am charged with protecting and growing Chicago’s financial assets. I take that to mean more than just your tax dollars,” Neely said. “I will work hard to keep all Chicagoans in the financial mainstream.”

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