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Bob O'Brien, who recently was named head of the accounting and consulting firm's global real estate practice, likes the investment outlook for Class A malls. He spoke with Crain's Alby Gallun.
Comments at a community meeting showed concern about parking and congestion. "We're absolutely going to oppose it," a group leader says.
Private equity firms Madison Dearborn Partners LLC and Providence Equity Partners LLC plan to maintain a controlling stake in Chicago-based computer equipment maker and services company CDW Corp. after a planned stock sale.
(AP) — The agency that oversees mass transit in the Chicago area filed another lawsuit Friday against Kankakee, the latest volley in a legal battle over that city's effort to attract businesses with tax incentives that the Regional Transportation Authority contends are costing it tens of
Northwestern University has in hand the permit it needs to demolish the former Prentice Women's Hospital in Streeterville.
(AP) — It'll close 149 total in the U.S.
Halozyme Therapeutics said the biopharmaceutical company and Baxter received a positive opinion from a panel for one of its treatments.
(AP) — It isn't every day that more than half the Democrats in the Senate vote to repeal part of President Barack Obama's health care law.
Chief executive E. Scott Santi's compensation rose 17 percent in 2012 to $4.2 million, according to the company's proxy statement.
Loyola University Chicago joins Northwestern University in cutting the number of incoming law students it will admit this fall.
(AP) — Boeing's comments about the smoldering batteries on its 787 have annoyed the National Transportation Safety Board.
An interchange is proposed at 15th or 16th street, which would boost the value of the southern end of the sprawling development site and likely enhance retailing on the Near South Side.
Also, a food packager is negotiating to lease a big warehouse, and a vacuum cleaner and kitchen equipment retailer is nearly doubling its space in a move to Skokie from Morton Grove.
In the biggest move of its kind in Chicago's history, Mayor Emanuel's team has announced plans to close 54 public schools. Crain's Greg Hinz maps them all.
News involving Nobu, the former North Pier Terminal and Mariano's made the list.