Motorola’s CEO talks about doing business in Chicago

Motorola’s CEO, Greg Brown, granted an interview with Crain’s last week to discuss doing business in Illinois, and specifically Chicago.  In addition to commenting on the economic state of Illinois and Chicago, Brown answered questions about the fiscal cliff, spending cuts and tax increases nationally.  He also offered his opinion about how President Obama could improve his relationship with big business and how 2013 looks for those still searching for employment.

For more of the interview you can read, “Motorola’s CEO on taxes, tablets and why Illinois is dying.”