Washington Post

Surburbia is left scrambling as firms relocate to big cities

Rennie Atterbury is a former Caterpillar executive. "The people who built this company from 1925 on were Peorians, they were Midwesterners, they weren't city people," he said. Foto: Lee Powell

OAK BROOK, Ill. - Visitors to the McDonald's wooded corporate campus enter on a driveway named for the late chief executive Ray Kroc, then turn onto Ronald Lane before reaching Hamburger University, where more than 80,000 people have been trained as fast-food managers...

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