At Crain’s, we view data as a powerful tool for escaping minutia and contextualizing information in a city characterized by its size and speed. Nearly every week we publish a list examining the industries most vital to the local economy: real estate, health care, politics and tech, to name a few.
The numbers in this year’s Book of Lists—including two new rankings, the Power 25 and top tech unicorns, alongside mainstays such as top privately held companies and largest real estate deals—are particularly poignant as they tell the story of a city in the throes of the Covid-19 pandemic. Power and influence are constantly in flux in a place
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