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Interim Superintendent Charlie Beck believes he can boost officer morale and community trust in the the city's police department. After a violent weekend, Crain's A.D. Quig talks about whether Beck can do those things—and reduce violent crime—in the few months he has left in Chicago. Plus: Layoffs abound but pot is still a jobs creator, cloud-computing firm Nerdio gets $8 million, why Chicago's opportunity zone program is lagging other cities and Google is accused of violating the same Illinois biometric-privacy law related to facial recognition of photos. Find hashtag #CrainsDailyGist to continue the conversation about these and other business stories

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