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Decision allows $3.4 billion congestion relief project to start construction this spring.
Local entrepreneurs are launching fresher, more gourmet versions of delivered, ready-to-eat or ready-to-cook-or-heat healthy, calorie-conscious meals in Chicago. Offering unprocessed food options in controlled portion sizes, the services aim to be part of clients' ongoing healthy lifestyles.
(AP) — McDonald's profit rose with the help of its Dollar Menu in the latest quarter. Now the world's biggest hamburger chain is turning to a pipeline of new menu items to boost slumping sales, starting with its "Fish McBites."
(AP) — Obama administration officials struggled to defend their initial statements that the Boeing 787 Dreamliner is safe while promising a transparent probe of mishaps involving the aircraft's batteries.
Fellowes claims former shredder-making partner stole trade secrets.
Campus Acquisitions intends to convert two vintage Loop office buildings for the college set and build an 80-unit rental project in River North.
(AP) — Rocking chairs, birthing tubs and changing tables haven't yet been ordered, but organizers in suburban Chicago are eager to start furnishing their birth center — which may become the first such facility in Illinois.
(AP) — The drug store chain won't allow individual pharmacists' personal religious beliefs to prevent customers from filling birth control prescriptions, an American Civil Liberties Union branch announced.
Other metrics for the hospitality industry also rose, according to the city and its tourism arm.
The $10.9 million acquisition is part of South Street Capital's plan to amass a portfolio of such properties mainly in and around River North.
It should come as little surprise to see local employment projections favoring jobs in tech, health care and business services in 2013. Recent history shows a diversification of Chicago's workforce with the emergence of those sectors.
Cullen Davis hopes to get enough low-income housing tax credits to raise $12 million in equity for the proposed Lawndale building, which would provide housing and social services for adults with physical and mental disabilities.
Owner Inland Real Estate had hoped to restructure the loans on the northwest suburban shopping center, which it said this month is not generating enough cash to cover debt payments.
Chicago sommelier and restaurateur Alpana Singh is stepping down as host of “Check, Please,” the popular WTTW television show that made her a familiar name to foodies and regular diners alike. MS. Singh, who just opened a restaurant and bar, will devote her energies there. Crain's
The owners are asking $5.5 million for the site near the Illinois Medical District and UIC, where they had planned a two-phase, 200-unit condo development that never materialized.