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As hotels look ahead to a business travel rebound, they're seeking to lure visitors with new and sometimes unusual offers.
Getting to know Haiti native Claude Cimeus, recently named director of platform for Chicago’s high-profile nonprofit P33.
Chicago had the sharpest drop in tech employment among major U.S. cities between 2019 and 2021, according to an analysis of federal jobs data by real estate firm CBRE.
The small-business lending unit of Chicago-based Enova International experienced a data breach earlier this year affecting more than 60,000 customers around the country.
A stretch of Chicago Avenue called the Soul City Corridor sparks opportunities for businesses to revitalize one of the city's most disinvested communities.
How a former marketing exec went from roadbuilding to boatbuilding.
A rebounding River North restaurant scene is giving retail landlords in the neighborhood one reason to feel a little better about their lot.
GOP set to hold 2024 convention in Milwaukee: reports
A Chicago startup delivering health and diet advice through an app has raised $25 million in new funding as it looks to expand.
Opinion: Thousands of ComEd workers—the ones who come to our rescue when the power goes out and who keep the region's electricity buzzing—deserve better from their leaders.
A changing and unpredictable climate could now make many would-be cold-weather escapees reconsider where they choose to live. And it could bring more people to areas with more of a natural immunity to wildfires and rising sea levels. Places like Chicago.
Opinion: After being told nothing can be done about gun violence, we have learned to be helpless. A group of community leaders tells how to break the cycle.
Oak Brook-based TreeHouse Foods, the largest manufacturer of private label food products in North America, stands to benefit as consumers looking to stretch their dollars turn to cheaper store brands.
Ethics overhaul heads to full City Council
Ald. Harry Osterman, 48th, says he won't seek re-election. He is the third ally of Mayor Lori Lightfoot to announce retirement this year from the Chicago City Council.
After being delayed by a long-running Health and Human Relations Committee, the Ethics Committee has just begun. A vote on a new ethics ordinance is expected.…
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Mayor Lori Lightfoot has tapped former Ald. Michael Scott Jr. as one of three new members of the Chicago Board of Education. Scott recently retired from the City Council to join film studio Cinespace.
After the pandemic foiled its plan to fill up a vintage Loop office building, Chicago developer R2 has cashed out on the parts it completed before the pandemic as it mulls turning the rest into apartments.
Lightfoot shakes up school board and deepens ties to influential West Side family
Seeking to acknowledge and address Chicago’s history of inequity, Mayor Lori Lightfoot released a draft of the “We Will Chicago” planning initiative, which could become the city’s first such plan in over 50 years.
Ethics overhaul ready for Friday committee vote
With COVID-19 hospitalizations growing in suburban Cook County this week, the entire region, including the city of Chicago, is again considered high-risk for COVID transmission.
Ethics overhaul ready for Friday committee vote
The City Council exodus continues: veteran Ald. Harry Osterman announced he won’t seek reelection in 2023. With 4 retirements, 1 resignation, 1 pending election to other office and a few more rumored exits, City Council will look very different next year.…
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Jeff Bezos isn't the only one clamoring for electric vans
Transportation trumps zoning in cost of living: study
There aren’t many food trucks in Chicago. These are some of the best.
Ald. Harry Osterman won't seek re-election
European investor buys part of Loop office building
Justin Ishbia, the billionaire private-equity executive tangled up in a contentious lakefront land swap in Winnetka, paid $16 million for the mansion next to his $23.9 million property.
Chicago’s COVID risk returns to high level
Chicago’s COVID risk returns to high
Billionaire at center of Winnetka beach wall spat buys neighboring multimillion-dollar home
Billionaire buys $16 million home next to his $23.9 million Winnetka estate
Walgreens customers who bought Theranos blood testing services could be included in a class-action lawsuit that stems back to 2016.
Transportation trumps zoning in cost of living: study
Factory output declines for second month
Ken Griffin’s Citadel plans to open a Palm Beach office, taking over the former Neiman Marcus department store building on the Florida town’s main shopping street.
Column: We’ll soon find out how price hikes are affecting sales volumes at major Chicago-area companies, writes @CahillOnBiz. Second-quarter results will show who has more pricing power and who has less.
The co-founders of Maple & Ash steakhouse were in court again as the legal battle between the two camps continues.
Flight delays in U.S. linked to airlines more than government
City's planning initiative draft aims to address a history of inequity: Today's Juice
The number of home buyers canceling their deals rose in June, alongside rising interest rates and fears that there's a recession looming ahead.
Hotels want you back. Here are some of the perks they're offering.
Introducing Crain's Notable Executives of Color in Finance 2022
Inflation squeezing health care • Planned Parenthood bringing Wisconsin OB-GYNs to Waukegan • Hospitals, health officials eye latest variants
Opinion: Air travel headaches seem particularly unfair after taxpayers fronted more than $50 billion in COVID payroll aid for the purpose of preserving air travel as vital national infrastructure.
The state affiliates of Planned Parenthood in Illinois and Wisconsin are partnering to bring abortion providers, and their patients, to a northeast Illinois clinic.
Whatever's on the horizon, inflation is here today. Here’s how it’s affecting key Chicago industries.
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