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(AP) — US Airways head Doug Parker has agreed to meet with Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel for discussions likely to include the massive modernization project at O'Hare International Airport.
The billionaire investor has handed the Ford City Mall back to a lender through a so-called deed-in-lieu of foreclosure.
DraftFCB's next global CEO will be 38-year-old Carter Murray, who for the past year has been head of Y&R's North American operations.
Hedge fund operator Citadel LLC is cutting 25 to 30 jobs, including Senior Managing Director Matt Cushman, as it consolidates the technology and support teams linked to its automated trading operations, a person familiar with the situation said on Wednesday.
Echo Global Logistics is suing the former owners of a transportation brokerage business it purchased last year, citing a history of fraud.
(AP) — The European Union has fined Microsoft €561 million ($733 million) for breaking a pledge to offer personal computer users a choice of Internet browsers when they install the company's flagship Windows operating system.
Yes, Groupon is searching for a new CEO, but it isn't necessarily looking for someone to overhaul the business model. Critics may not agree, but the company believes the future includes Groupon Goods and local deals. Crain's John Pletz reports.
An investor group has taken a long-awaited step toward acquiring troubled Metropolitan Bank Group.
The property at 501 N. Clark St., which includes an Aloft, Hyatt Place and Fairfield Inn, is expected to open in June, according to White Lodging's website.
Rubloff Development Group Inc. has decided to give up the property, according to a complaint filed by a private-equity firm that acquired a loan on it last year.
The owner of the 22-story building at 100 W. Monroe is pushing out more than 60 tenants to make way for a redevelopment.