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Thursday, December 09, 2010

Why John Rogers Had to Say No to Handshakes

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John Rogers, Jr.
Ariel Investments
Chairman and CEO
Nearly two weeks after his close friend President Barack Obama was hit by Rey Decerega's elbow while playing basketball, Ariel Investments' John Rogers suffered his own basketball misfortune. Rogers, founder and CEO of the Chicago-based mutual fund firm [see profile], broke his hand during a basketball game, reports the Chicago Tribune's Melissa Harris.

"Rogers had a tough go of it Tuesday night at a meeting of The Economic Club of Chicago, of which he is chairman, because he had to decline so many handshakes," Harris writes.  

Edited by: Armie Margaret Lee


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