Rock stars and runways converged at the Harris Theater for Macy's Glamorama — an evening of music, fashion and fundraising for the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
A federal judge today granted a temporary restraining order restricting the use of the Pompei restaurant brand, which has sparked a family feud.
(AP) — Increased flying to Asia and Latin America paid off for American Airlines, with passenger traffic and a key revenue measure both rising in July.
The Chicago-based American Medical Association, the country's largest professional organization for physicians, is shutting down the news magazine it has published for 55 years.
(AP) — But federal Judge John Lee leaves open the possibility he could order a halt to the closure of individual schools named in lawsuits filed by parents.
Chody Real Estate plans to demolish a vacant funeral home at 5206 N. Broadway and build a 20,000-square-foot multi-tenant retail complex there, said Chody Principal Bart Friedman.
Also, a Container Store moves into Oakbrook Center, Hanover Hamilton Investments buys a 45-unit courtyard apartment building in Logan Square, and the owner of Woodbine Golf Course files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
The lender that took back the 553-room Renaissance on Wacker Drive and the owner of the 500-room DoubleTree in Streeterville have hired Jones Lang LaSalle to sell the two properties.
The delinquency rate for income-producing properties here fell to 4.9 percent in the second quarter, down from 5.9 percent in the first quarter and 6.2 percent a year earlier.
While the cuts weren't as deep as feared, administrators are worried there will be decreases in federal aid in the future.
For Kraft Foods Group, J-E-L-L-O has spelled disappointment of late. The brand has struggled to find its identity in recent years, while marketing reductions have been met with sales declines.
The suburban Chicago office market faces its biggest challenge in decades, as vacancy rates remain stubbornly high despite the steadily rebounding economy. What are the consequences for landlords, developers and tenants?
The public Karen Lewis is a rough-worded, mayor-baiting president of the Chicago Teachers Union. The private Ms. Lewis is a gourmet cook, film student and fluent Italian speaker who recently celebrated her bat mitzvah. As hundreds of thousands of school kids and teachers prepare to head back