Wheeling High Hopes To Help Lure AmazonA suburban high school thinks it can help provide highly trained workers if the “HQ2” lands here.
Female Ford Workers Describe Decades Of Harassment At Chicago PlantsAldermen held another hearing Tuesday morning on reports of sexual harassment at two Ford Motor Company plants in Chicago, and how those complaints were handled.
Jewel-Osco Owner Agrees To Buy Rite-Aid PharmaciesThe deal will create a new company with about $83 billion in annual sales, and 4,900 stores nationwide.
After The Bell: Another Stocks PlungeThe S&P 500 lost 100, the NASDAQ fell 275 and the Dow Jones industrial average closed down more than 1,000 points, settling to 23,860.
As Price Fluctuates Wildly, Millennials Say They'd Invest In Bitcoin Over StocksAccording to recent studies, the Great Recession of 2008 has made a large portion of millennials so fearful of investing in the stock market that young adults say they'd rather take their chances in the volatile world of cryptocurrency.
Former DNAinfo Chicago Staffers To Launch New Local News Site
Analysts: Dow Plunge Not Cause For Panic, YetWhen trading ended Monday, the Dow Jones had dropped more than 1,100 points. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
After The Bell: Stocks PlungeFears about interest rates and inflation are to blame, observers say.
Ricketts Family Member To Take Over RNC FundraisingTodd Ricketts would replace Steve Wynn, the casino mogul who stepped down amid sexual misconduct allegations he denies.
One Of The Last Blockbuster Video Stores In The U.S. Is ClosingThe video-renting chain once had about 9,000 stores in the U.S. during the 1990's, but that number reportedly dropped to just 10 by 2017.
Toys R Us To Close Up To 182 Stores, Including 7 In Chicago AreaToys R Us, operating under bankruptcy protection since the fall, has announced it will close up to 20 percent of its stores, as it seeks to restructure its business under increasing competition from online retailers.
Business Booming For Companies That Handle Retail ReturnsThe companies that handle all the returns are doing quite well, and a lot of unwanted gifts end up in warehouses in the Chicago area.