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Entering an airport means surrendering control. One minute you're in the security line, shoeless and smartphone-less with your hands raised meekly above your head; hours later you're at baggage claim, staring at the conveyor and pondering the many ways that your possessions could have gone
John Butera, a son of longtime Chicago grocer Paul Butera Sr., is amassing a retail portfolio in the suburbs, where he manages centers home not only to his family's grocery business, but also some of the chain's competitors.
Also, a Lincoln Park home goes for $2.3 million and a Colonial fetches $1.7 million in Winnetka.
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The private-school operator said it has eliminated nearly 1,400 jobs since November.
(AP) — A onetime chief of staff to the former head of the Illinois Department of Public Health is accused of accepting $433,000 in kickbacks for steering about $13 million grant and contract money to purported philanthropic groups, according to an indictment released by prosecutors on
(AP) — DeVry Inc. lost money in its fiscal fourth quarter as lower enrollment and some special charges weighed on its performance.
The governor announced the grants to finance construction projects at 15 Chicago-area hospitals, including a mix of independent safety-net institutions and facilities in large, more financially secure health systems.
Bulking up for the onslaught of consumers who can enroll in health insurance plans for 2014, the health technology company is close to a deal for about 90,000 square feet in the Mart.
Builders sold 1,343 new homes in the Chicago area in the second quarter, up nearly 40 percent from a year earlier, according to Tracy Cross & Associates.
Also, revenue rose at the Fairmont and InterContinental hotels, and a preschool is planned for Lakeview.
The telecom firm is moving 3,000 workers from the complex to downtown and other suburban offices, meaning no uptick in leasing.
In the year before it filed for federal bankruptcy protection, Sacred Heart Hospital transferred at least $5.5 million to companies controlled by its owner Edward Novak.
Also, an acquisition creates the largest practice in Illinois specializing in digestive disorders, while the Illinois Medical District gets a $900,000 grant from a ComEd foundation.
Newly named Groupon CEO Eric Lefkofsky is familiar, but he's hardly a proven commodity as CEO. While he's helped launch three companies that have gone public, he's seen largely as an idea guy with a golden gut for sensing when an old industry is ripe for disruption from the Internet. But his
Three years after North Carolina investors bought a 91-year-old Cicero thrift, they've been hit with a harsh regulatory rebuke on their Chicago-area lending — or, more precisely, their lack of it.