2 Chicago companies make Forbes’ ‘Most Promising’ list

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Two Chicago companies are on Forbes magazine‘s list of 100 most promising companies. Brad’s Deals (79th) and Rightpoint (87th) made the magazine’s third annual ranking of “high-growth, privately-held companies with under $250 million in annual revenue.”

Bradsdeals.com sorts through coupons, sales and promotions and posts the best 100 or so for users. Rightpoint is a business consultancy.

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