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DIY Exams Allow Eye Checks Without Leaving HomeYou get an eye exam and a prescription for contacts or glasses and you never leave your house. That's the reality new technology offers lens-wearers, but the exam, has critics, reports CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot.
Hiring More Women Good For Company Profits, Study FindsCompanies looking to improve performance and the bottom line should hire more female managers to run them.
Gasoline Prices Averaging $1.66 A Gallon In Chicago AreaThat's less than the national average, which is rare, CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
Those Items You Returned? They've Got To Go SomewherePallets of goods accumulate at a warehouse retailer in Shorewood. CBS 2's Adriana Diaz reports.
Chinese-Led Investors Plan To Buy Chicago Stock ExchangeThe buyers are considering opening a stock exchange in southwest China and also hope to list Chinese stocks in the U.S., Chicago Stock Exchange CEO John Kerin said in an interview Friday. The exchange needs the cash from the buyout to launch its new trading products and platforms, Kerin said.
After The Bell: Stocks Fight Early Declines To Close Higher
Chicago Sun-Times Backer Pumps $44.4M Into Rival Tribune PublishingTribune Publishing said it received a $44.4 million cash infusion from a Chicago investor who has a stake in its rival newspaper the Chicago Sun-Times.
Motorists Loving Low Gas Prices, But Economic Impact Not All PositiveDrivers are enjoying some of the lowest prices at the pump in years, but as CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports it comes at a price.
United Lets Families Board Early, Reversing 4-Year PolicyThe move, which takes effect Feb. 15., lets families with children age two and under get settled in their seats before the rush of other passengers clamoring for overhead bin space.
City Announces $1.3 Billion Infrastructure O'Hare PlanThe city of Chicago has reached a deal with the Federal Aviation Administration and United and American Airlines on a $1.3 billion infrastructure plan for O'Hare Airport that includes a building a sixth runway.
Stocks Plunge As Fed Keeps March Rate Hike On The TableStocks closed sharply lower Wednesday, after the Federal Reserve opted not to hike interest rates this month, still leaving the door open for a March increase.
Chase Bank ATMs Will Dispense Cash Without Using A Card Chase is preparing to launch new ATMs that won't require a card to get cash and will dispense money in a variety of denominations.

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