Founder of Schaumburg-based Cancer Treatment Centers of America allegedly funneled $12 million to tea party group.
The city of Chicago is moving to the cloud as part of an initiative that will save $400,000 per year.
The former Columbia College Chicago professor will head the Coleman Entrepreneurship Center.
The two biggest hedge funds led by Ken Griffin posted returns of about 26 percent as of the end of the year compared with 2011 yearend results, according to a person familiar with the performance.
Like wine, tobacco can benefit from storage for a few years or even decades, experts say.
Google Inc. is putting Motorola Mobility's sprawling campus up for sale, five months after announcing plans to move about 2,200 employees downtown.
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In a video interview, Ingredion Inc. Chairman and CEO Ilene Gordon says she is looking to make other purchases after her $1.37 billion takeover of National Starch in 2010.
The YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago is moving its headquarters from the Lawson House Y on the Gold Coast to an empty building on the Near West Side, as the organization seeks to economize in the wake of the recession.
(AP) — Google is pledging to license hundreds of key patents to mobile computing rivals under more reasonable terms and to curb the use of snippets from other websites in Internet search results in a settlement that ends a high-profile antitrust probe.
Also, the sale of the Sono East apartment tower in Lincoln Park was completed, and the foreclosure sale of the Westin hotel in Wheeling was upheld.
The health care industry needs to move away from paying providers a fee for service regardless of whether the patient's health improves, said panelists at an Illinois Chamber of Commerce forum.
Also, DuPage Medical and Humana open two clinics for seniors, a trustee of Roseland Community Hospital dies and two west suburban surgeons fight over a month's pay.
The 374-bed south suburban hospital will be gutting its ICU to install new patient rooms, larger windows and new nurses stations, part of an effort to keep pace with the competition.
A Crain's report that Abbott Laboratories had misrepresented the educational background of Richard Gonzalez was the most-viewed health care story on ChicagoBusiness.com in 2012. Stories about major local health care networks also drew strong interest.
Also, a five-bedroom home in Highland Park sells for $1.75 million, and a principal in the Chicago office of an international environmental consultancy lists a condo at 340 on the Park for $2.1 million.
Ingredion Inc. is again on the hunt for more takeover targets, less than three years after the Westchester-based company's biggest acquisition ever. Watch Crain's interview with CEO Ilene Gordon.
(AP) — The panel approved restrictions Wednesday on semiautomatic weapons and high-capacity ammunition magazines, despite criticism from gun-rights groups that the measures go too far and amount to an assault-weapons ban "on steroids."
The outspoken developer of a 212-unit condominium project West Loop who turned to renting when the market collapsed is now changing course, another sign of a modest recovery in the for-sale market.
The developer that wants to convert the shuttered Sheraton into 214 apartments is preparing to begin construction next month after bringing in a joint venture partner, Barrington-based Stoneleigh Cos.
(AP) — Illinois officials have announced the launch of an effort to make sure only people who are eligible receive Medicaid.