(AP) — Air Canada plans to spend up to $6.5 billion to buy 61 narrow-body aircraft from Boeing as it moves to update its fleet over the next decade.
Allen Bros. is being acquired by food distributor Chefs' Warehouse Inc.
(AP) — The FDA has been debating how to address the issue of antibiotics in meat for several years as consumers have become more aware of the issue and as McDonald's, among other companies, has moved to limit the drugs in their meat.
(AP) — Federal officials say more than 7,000 Illinois residents signed up for insurance coverage in the first two months of the troubled HealthCare.gov website.
Twin Cities-based TCF Bank will still have 118 in-store Jewel-Osco branches and is adding 52 ATMs in CTA train stations throughout Chicago.
A 25-city survey says homelessness and requests for emergency food aid are expected to increase moderately in Chicago next year.
Mr. Kaplan was a well-known broker at CBRE Inc. who focused on the urban market. He was 61.
Residents of the Northwest Side public housing project are pressing Ald. Joseph Moreno to cut market-rate homes out of a plan to redevelop the property, but he's not giving them what they want.
Hedge-fund operator Vadim Perelman says Sears CEO Edward Lampert is "misunderstood and underestimated." That's why he just hiked his stake in the retailer to 10.8 percent.
The owner of the Shops at North Bridge plans to spend as much as $45 million converting part of an office building next door into retail space and possibly connecting it to the big vertical mall.
(AP) — Find your zen, air travelers: O'Hare International Airport now has a yoga room.
The REIT that owns OfficeMax's Naperville headquarters building faces the prospect of having to fill 354,000 square feet, while vacancy could also rise in the Rosemont building where U.S. Foods is based.
Fabyan Randall Plaza, a 91,415-square-foot property, has struggled since the lost of Circuit City more than five years ago.
(AP) — Backers of a narrowly drawn budget deal are selling it as a way to stabilize Congress' shaky fiscal practices and mute some of the partisan rancor that has helped send lawmakers' public approval ratings plummeting. But the bipartisan pact doesn't solve long-term tax and spending
The manufacturer of bar codes, radio frequency identification printers and encoders signed a 230,000-square-foot lease in Lincolnshire.
The owner of the Shops at North Bridge on Michigan Avenue plans to spend as much as $45 million converting part of an office building next door into retail space, and possibly connecting it to the vertical mall. Chicago Real Estate Daily reports.
The real estate unit of Deutsche Bank is buying the 162-unit building at 2555 N. Clark from a partnership led by James Loewenberg, co-CEO of Magellan Development Group.
Baytree National Bank & Trust Co., a struggling Lake Forest-based lender, is selling its Lake Bluff branch to a unit of Wintrust Financial Corp.