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The revised mega-development proposal is scheduled go before the Chicago Plan Commission on Jan. 24. [Read More]
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Tribune's no. 2 shareholder has signed an agreement that essentially means he won't try to block deals forged by the company's board. [Read More]
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The North Chicago-based drugmaker said late Friday that Imbruvica didn't help patients suffering from pancreatic cancer. [Read More]
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The longtime boss consolidated power as CME's troubles receded. With trading volumes and CME shares surging, he turns to a complex deal that could turbocharge... [Read More]
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New towers are picking off tenants from older ones, causing a spike in a key metric that could signal a glut ahead. [Read More]
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If they're still focused on social events and have yet to become a business tool supported by top management, then the answer is yes. [Read More]
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The state's entire fate flows from its ability to balance its books once and for all. Yet the new governor made no mention of it... [Read More]
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Previous rounds of parish consolidation, driven primarily by financial issues, focused on less affluent city neighborhoods. How will Catholic parishioners in Wilmette respond to forced... [Read More]
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The decision in the Van Dyke cover-up case highlights what's wrong with the system that puts people on the bench. Until that's fixed, there will... [Read More]
"It is clear that Sears' continuation of the plans is no longer possible," the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. said today in announcing the push. [Read More]
Eddie Lampert's ESL Investments Inc. will finance its winning $5.2 billion bid to salvage Sears Holdings Corp. in part with $850 million from a new... [Read More]
Letter to the editor: As a 33-year Lakeview resident and third-generation Cubs fan, I'm disgusted that the Ricketts family has decided to forgo their 2009... [Read More]
Residential property tax collections have grown three times faster than incomes in Illinois since 2000. [Read More]
When it comes to the minimum wage, there's a right way to do things—and a wrong way. [Read More]
Michael and Jennifer Larsen have on the market a six-bedroom, 9,700-square-foot home a block from the house where the movie "Home Alone" was shot. [Read More]
The move by Sterling Bay and Related Midwest, each involved in massive North Side and South Loop projects, is one of the most immediate pieces... [Read More]
You walk into a shiny, new two-floor Sears store in a buzzing, bright shopping center in one of the world's busiest cities, passing designer garb... [Read More]
Justin Dearborn stepped down as chairman and chief executive and is being replaced by other leaders at the Chicago newspaper company. [Read More]
Christopher C. Anderson worked at Neal Gerber & Eisenberg and Kirkland & Ellis when he padded his time sheets, regulators say. [Read More]
The retailer's chairman beat out offers from liquidators that would have forced the 126-year-old department store chain to shut down. ... [Read More]
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