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The global consulting firm will absorb Acquity's more than 600 employees, most of whom are based in its Chicago headquarters.
The Navy Pier makeover will feature more green space, less clutter, new fountains, trees and gardens, and a generally updated, contemporary feel.
The Chicago law firm is among the defendants accused of promoting what the government later disallowed.
(AP) — Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn must decide if he will sign a measure allowing the use of marijuana for medical purposes after the state Senate approved legislation today.
Federal and state banking regulators have found problems with BMO Harris Bank's compliance with standards aimed at identifying suspicious transactions and preventing money laundering.
They filed for personal Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after FirstMerit Bank sought to collect on loan guarantees.
The bank agreed to a $400,000 settlement with 14 former employees under a recent consent decree in federal court.
Christie Kelly is joining the company from Duke Realty Corp.
Coeur d'Alene Mines Corp., which is moving to Chicago from Idaho, has signed a lease for two floors, or nearly 30,000 square feet, in the 101-year-old Monroe Building at 104 S. Michigan Ave., which is owned by a venture led James Pritzker.
Bevello LLC, a women's fashion retailer with a heavy footprint in the south, plans to open its second Chicago-area store in the South Loop apartment-and-retail complex.
The Purple Hotel, apartment plans and Bucktown make the list.
Also, 900 W. Armitage Ave. sells for $2.2 million and South Street Capital venture borrows $1.6 million against 1221 N. LaSalle Blvd.
(Reuters) — The company reached a deal to cut $135 million from the price owed for a Chinese mining equipment maker, after accounting irregularities were discovered at the acquired company that forced Caterpillar to take a $580 million impairment charge.
The city's largest convention, bumped last year because of NATO, starts Saturday.
As part of a trend known as “reshoring,” American manufacturers have been luring back contracts that had been lost to overseas factories. While Midwestern companies have made out relatively well, Illinois has not stood out. Here's a video preview of Crain's special report,
As shipping prices and Chinese wages have been rising, U.S. companies are bringing some work back home. Here's an early look at next week's special report on a trend called reshoring.