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Any lease would run for 40 years, with upfront cash paying off the airport's debt.
The state's congressional delegation will have some less-than-ideal committee assignments in the U.S. House next year.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will give a $160 million loan to the hospital trade group to establish a health insurance co-op and compete against major insurance carriers in Illinois.
Suit alleges that the company didn't disclose slowdown in growth and dependance on merchandise sales.
The rebound of the residential market this year surprised him. He visits with our Alby Gallun.
Chicago private-equity firm GTCR sold its majority stake in ATI Physical Therapy Inc. less than three years after buying into the chain.
(AP) — Halozyme Therapeutics said Friday it has reached an agreement with Pfizer to develop injectable versions of the drugmaker's biotech drugs.
A second lender has sued developer Evangeline Gouletas over unpaid loans secured by office and retail space she owns in Lake Point Tower, the curvy black high-rise just west of Navy Pier. A. Robert Abboud, president of Fox River Grove-based investment firm A. Robert Abboud & Co., alleges he
They made their case for the $1 billion project at another community meeting Thursday evening.
Buyer TLC Management Co. plans to renovate the building’s 84 apartments, improve its mechanical systems and add amenities like a fitness center and bike room.
AdGooroo LLC, a small advertising-tech company based in the West Loop, has been bought by one of its customers.
The Purple Hotel, the Congress Plaza and the Wild Hare make the list.
The company said it wanted to "recognize (her) past accomplishments and further incentivize” her.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is reviving plans to reap cash by leasing Midway International Airport to a private operator — although under very different terms than those proposed by former Mayor Richard M. Daley.