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The building a Taxman Corp. venture has pitched at Madison and Green in lieu of a hotel would be too high, according to a residents' group.
The area ranked ninth last year among 212 metropolitan areas tracked by RealtyTrac.
Fitch Ratings has downgraded nearly $500 million in bonds issued by Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare, about a week after the west suburban hospital signed a tentative agreement to merge with Edward Hospital & Health Services.
The manufacturer of liquid instruments for level and flow processes plans to move its headquarters from Downers Grove to Aurora.
Despite the discovery of accounting fraud in a Chinese division, Doug Oberhelman said he and everyone else must be active there.
(AP) — The surprise contraction could raise fears about the economy's ability to handle tax increases that took effect in January and looming spending cuts.
(AP) — The company said its top priority this year is fixing the battery problems that grounded its Dreamliners, while reporting a fourth-quarter profit that topped Wall Street estimates.
The Chicago developer could get bids as high as $100 million for the West Loop building it redeveloped for the Sara Lee spinoff.
The British retailer will open a two-story flagship and keep its Lincoln Park pop-up shop open indefinitely.
(AP) — A lawyer says former Illinois Gov. George Ryan has been released from a halfway house and is back at home in Kankakee.
(AP) — It's a big day for Research In Motion: The firm rebrands itself and debuts new devices. But is it too late for the once-pioneering BlackBerry to catch up to the iPhone and devices running Google's Android system?
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The slowing pace of bank closures meant the strategy to buy the assets of failed firms wasn't going to work.
Daniel Yunker will be CEO of Land of Lincoln Health.
Three former LaSalle Bank executives have shelved plans to start a new Chicago-based bank, and instead have joined middle-market investment bank Chicago Corp. as consultants to local community banks. The trio ultimately concluded that their strategy of acquiring assets and deposits of large,
CMK, best known here for condos, wants to build a 25-story, 268-unit project on Wabash, taking advantage of the hot market for downtown rentals.
A venture affiliated with Skokie-based Newport Capital Partners LLC defaulted on its $21 million mortgage covering properties in Lake Zurich, Burbank and Glen Ellyn, a complaint says.
(AP) — ANA said it had replaced batteries on its 787 aircraft some 10 times because they didn't charge properly or connections with electrical systems failed.