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The Blackhawks will be more than happy to visit the Nashville Predators on Sunday night. Why? It's the final game of a season-opening stretch that saw them play 10 of 12 on the road.
The second in our new series in which top local executives take us through their fitness and diet routine. This installment: Kevin Boehm of Boka Restaurant Group shows us how he stays in shape while working around so much delicious food.
The Commission on Chicago Landmarks today voted to reject preliminary landmark status for the former Prentice Women's Hospital in Streeterville.
HISS. This weekend kicks off THE YEAR OF THE SNAKE on the Chinese calendar. The Tai Chi Center of Chicago is working with The Field Museum's Division of Amphibians and Reptiles to offer a themed evening of snake puppets, music and performers. Feb. 9, 8 p.m. – midnight. Suggested donation
The 41 percent cut caps the annus horribilis of Chris Crane, who took over for predecessor John Rowe as CEO nearly a year ago and has presided over a series of woes and setbacks.
CenterPoint Properties Trust's failure to develop a sprawling former military site as promised means the village of Elwood shouldn't have pay the $105 million due on a subsidy agreement signed 10 years ago, the tiny hamlet alleges in a lawsuit.
The North Side music shop's "100 Riffs" YouTube video garnered the most votes in our reader poll.
(AP) — The government should reassess its safety approval of the Boeing 787 lithium ion batteries, the nation's top accident investigator said Thursday, casting doubt on whether the airliner's troubles can be quickly remedied.
(AP) — Verizon Communications Inc. said Thursday that the CEO of Walgreen Co., the largest drugstore chain in the U.S., will join its board on March 1.
(AP) — The big storm heading for the Northeast is already disrupting air travel.
(AP) — Shares of Allstate Corp. on Thursday rose to their highest level since September 2008 on news that the company posted a surprise fourth-quarter profit despite hefty losses related to Superstorm Sandy.
(AP) — DeVry Inc.'s shares jumped Thursday after the struggling for-profit education company reported better-than-expected earnings and analysts praised the company's cost-cutting and restructuring efforts.
The new outpatient center is to open March 1.
A state panel rejected competing proposals for free-standing emergency centers in a southwest suburb, a blow to the expansion plans of both Silver Cross Hospital and Riverside Medical Center.
Also, Margaret McDermott announces her retirement as CEO of Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center, and brother and sister dentists are fighting over the River North office they share.
In his State of the State speech, Gov. Pat Quinn called for legislative action on the two cornerstones of President Barack Obama's health care law — the expansion of Medicaid and the establishment of a health insurance exchange.
An SEIU local blasts the dialysis provider's business practices and quality of care, which the company defends as "outstanding."
John Paderta was sentenced this week for his role in a $10 million scheme to defraud two Chicago-area landlords.
Also, sales per square foot fell last year at the Shops at North Bridge, and Inland Private Capital has put the Ace Hardware HQ in Oak Brook on the market.
Also, a Glenview home sells for $1.57 million and a Winnetka Cape Cod is listed for almost $1.4 million.
(AP) — Meanwhile, U.S. worker productivity shrank in the final three months of 2012 although the decline was caused by temporary factors.
Chicago saw a new tech company created every other day in 2012. Plus, the number of companies raising more than $1 million jumped 34 percent last year, says Built in Chicago. Read more in John Pletz's On Technology blog.