Lyft Gets Green Light To Pick Up At Airports, McCormick PlaceJust in time for the busy holiday travel season, a ride-hailing company has been given the green light to pick up passengers at Chicago’s airports and McCormick Place, the city announced Sunday.
Michael Jordan Settles With Dominicks, JewelNearly six years after the Chicago Bulls great sued the Jewel-Osco and Dominick’s grocery chains over a pair of congratulatory ads that used his name in a 2009 limited-edition issue of Sports Illustrated, Jordan has settled both cases and promised to hand the money over to local charities, his adviser said.
Plans For City's Third Tallest Building Get First ApprovalThe Wanda Vista Tower, the vision of Chicago architect Jeanne Gang, would be located in Lakeshore East, along the Chicago River, and would include a five-star 210-room hotel, and more than 400 condominiums, along with restaurant and retail amenities on the upper levels.
Tyson Closing Plants In Chicago And WisconsinTyson Foods said in a statement Thursday the closures are due to changing product needs, the age of both facilities and prohibitive costs of renovations, as well as the distance of the Chicago plant from its raw material suppliers.
Tyson Chicago Plant Closing, Taking 500 JobsAnother 400 positions will be lost at the company's Jefferson, Wisc. plant.
After The Bell: Stocks Tumble on Lower Oil And Weak Retail Sales Stocks closed sharply lower Friday as investors digested a continued decline in crude oil prices and weakness in the retail sector.
Downtown Alderman Ready To Work With Macy’s On Flagship Store
Kroger To Buy Roundy's Stores, Including Mariano's GroceriesThe $800 million merger with Milwaukee-based Roundy’s represents a relatively modest acquisition for Kroger, which has 2,623 supermarkets across the country, compared to 151 groceries for Roundy’s in Illinois and Wisconsin.
Renowned Penny Road Pub In Barrington Up For SaleThe original building for the Penny Road Pub in Barrington was built in 1853. Owner Dave Sanfilippo said his father bought the place in 1972. After 43 years in the family, he said it's time to sell.
After The Bell: Stocks Close Flat As Wall Street Eyes Fed Rate HikeThe S&P 500 closed flat, the NASDAQ added 19 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 47 points, settling to 17,910.
United CEO Planning Return To Job In Early 2016Oscar Munoz, 56, has been out on medical leave following an Oct. 15 heart attack.
Contestants Seek Nod -- And $10,000 Prize -- For Best 'Elevator Pitch' It’s called an elevator pitch: selling your business idea to a potential investor in a mere 60 seconds.
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