Corporate Chicago got the man it wanted on the fifth floor of City Hall. He's selected the kind of team that would fit comfortably in any boardroom.
But when Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel takes office in a week, he's going to have to start delivering what business wants: stable city finances, better schools and, perhaps above all, a business-friendly, red-tape-slashing government makeover that many consider the only way to save Chicago's economy.
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