Chicago Restaurant To Pay $339,000 In Wage-Violation Case: FedsFabulous Freddies will pay nearly $170,000 in back wages and an equal amount in damages, labor officials said.
Felony Franks Closes, Owner Looking For Jobs For Ex-Con Workers"We had seven employees when we closed the doors, and what's going to happen to them is what keeps me up at night," owner Deno Andrews said.
Plan To Convert Historic Batavia Factory Into Apartments Could Stall On Final VoteThe Batavia City Council was scheduled to vote Monday night on the zoning amendments needed to make way for the $30 million project.
Japanese Company Awarding Six Extra Vacation Days To Workers Who Don't SmokeA marketing firm has announced it is awarding its non-smoking employees six more vacation days to make up for the breaks smokers take.
New Apple Store A Hazard To Birds, Rescue Group SaysThe highly praised Apple store along the Chicago River is yet another glass structure that pose a danger to birds, one advocate says.
Florida Governor Tries To Poach Jobs From Illinois; 'Your Taxes Are Too High'Florida Gov. Rick Scott was visiting Chicago on Wednesday, trying to lure businesses from Illinois to the Sunshine State.
$2.2 Billion Incentives Offered To Amazon Not Raising Alarms For AldermenAld. David Moore said, if Amazon builds on land not generating taxes now, then the $2.25 billion in financial incentives is not alarming.
Here Are The 10 Proposed Illinois Sites For AmazonWill Chicago or its suburbs be host to the online retail giant's "HQ2"?
U Of I, U Of C, Northwestern Plan $1.2 Billion Research Hub In South LoopThe universities have teamed up to create what they hope will become the next big think tank in Chicago.
Woodlawn Manufacturing Facility Training Workers In RoboticsThursday was the grand opening of a high-tech job training and manufacturing facility in the Woodlawn neighborhood.
Democrats, Republicans Unite To Organize Chicago Area Pitch For AmazonDozens of government, business, and civic leaders gathered downtown to discuss luring Amazon's second headquarters to the Chicago area.
Could Ford's Restructuring Affect Chicago Plant?The auto manufacturer is shifting gears to make more trucks and electric cars instead of sedans. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.