Gogo has Wall Street bracing for more bad news
The in-flight media provider is slated to report “key conclusions” from its business review after the market closes today.
An entrepreneur will serve up Tex-Mex fare from a 50-foot pontoon boat, Smoke on the Water, parked near the Columbia Yacht Club.
The fast-food chain, which recently moved its headquarters to the West Loop, is selling an office building near Oakbrook Center mall to Hines, which plans a multi-tower mixed-use project on the site.
The sleek, glassy design is by Chicago architecture firm Perkins & Will.
Fifty/50, which operates 12 concepts with 15 locations (Steadfast, Roots Pizza, West Town Bakery), is gearing up to double sales to at least $65 million by 2020.
A developer selected by Amtrak proposes to give a whole new look to the historic station by building a glass hotel and residential building atop the existing headhouse, with an office tower to come.
Old reliable Moon Palace and the newer Qing Xiang Yuan Dumplings are solid choices.
The move is another attempt by the burger giant to compete with Starbucks and draw midafternoon customers.
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