Here's what it's like to go from City Hall to venture capital
Emanuel warned David Spielfogel that he'd be "bored as hell and begging him for a job within a year." A year in, it appears the mayor was wrong.
An SEC filing by a Chicago artist illustrates a little known vulnerability: The government doesn't vet submissions to the Edgar database and rarely even takes down those known to be shams.
But "I can't even get my dog to stop peeing in the house," the Cubs president of baseball operations said of the honor.
Mercato, the coffee chain's updated lunch program, features more nutritious sandwiches and grab-and-go salads. It will debut here April 11 and roll out to other cities later this year.
The Illinois attorney general will defend the state's recently enacted nuclear plant subsidies in federal court despite staunchly opposing them before lawmakers.
General Electric's health care unit, now headquartered in Chicago, is something worth talking about. Why doesn't GE do more of that?
After selling off 124 properties over the past two years, his office company, Equity Commonwealth, is sitting on a mountain of cash.
The team is funding a major upgrade to the existing Wi-Fi system at Soldier Field and eliminating the $1.99 fee to use it during Bears games.
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