Time has a big profile on Boston's new bike helmet vending machine.
The struggling Chicago office of agency JWT has held the account since 2004.
According to Choose Chicago, the city's hotels pulled in more than $1 billion in revenue during the first seven months of the year.
William Brodsky, executive chairman of CBOE Holdings Inc., was named chairman today of the organization that runs Navy Pier.
(AP) — Illinois saw another record year for tourism last year, with more than 99 million visitors from across the U.S.
(AP) — Nearly 6 million people have stepped out onto see-through ledges atop Chicago's tallest building to see the streetscape below and the surrounding metropolitan area.
Chicago will host the annual Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition for the next six years, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Choose Chicago, the city's tourism arm, announced.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel has tapped Desiree Rogers, CEO of Johnson Publishing Co., to be chairman of Choose Chicago, the city's tourism arm.
The Navy Pier makeover will feature more green space, less clutter, new fountains, trees and gardens, and a generally updated, contemporary feel.
The likely gubernatorial candidate steps down from chairing the city's tourism arm.
Hotel occupancy in Chicago hotels reached a new high for the month of March, according to data compiled by the city of Chicago and Choose Chicago, the city's tourism arm.
Lollapalooza tickets sold out today in about as much time as a headliner's performance at the downtown summer music festival.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel today announced a plan to partner with public art group Redmoon in creating a new event to illuminate the Chicago River.
(AP) — Chicago's Field Museum is offering early retirement to more than half if its curators as part of a wide-ranging effort to reduce its debt.
Nearly 9.2 million people visited Chicago's top tourist attraction in 2012.
Other metrics for the hospitality industry also rose, according to the city and its tourism arm.
(AP) — A Chicago production of "The Nutcracker" has won a national award for the second time.
The Museum of Broadcast Communications reached an agreement to contract out use of its space to Blue Plate Catering Ltd. for special events, securing new income that will help pay down debt on its mortgage.