We're perfectly comfortable making poor people answer for the brands of cereal they buy because HERF DERF OUR TAX DOLLAHS, but this stuff is beyond our scope:
"Beside a roster of pier employees and salaries, Brodsky also declined to make public contracts that Navy Pier Inc. has signed with restaurants and other vendors – all public information before his group took over in July 2011.
"I don't know if we want to create the precedent in giving these things out," Brodsky says. "I want to operate this as a business."
But you're not a business! Plus, the business you are running is subsidized by taxpayers! Both Ways Brodsky!
"We are not a public entity in the true sense. We're more like the Museum of Science and Industry or the Lincoln Park Zoo."
Except you're not. Ish.
Go read the rest of it, if you've got the stomach for it.