A 25-year-old Mount Prospect native is one of Chicago’s newest entrepreneurs.
Parts of a dozen Chicago wards got free parking two weeks ahead of schedule on Sunday. The full switchover date to give drivers a reprieve from paying Chicago Parking Meters LLC on Sundays, had been slated for July 1.
A north suburban-based technology retailer which was taken private in 2007 announced Friday a return to the public market, with an IPO that could bring in more than $700 million.
Bekim and Ilir Frrokaj, two wine collectors from New York, claim they paid Trotter $46,227.40 for a fake bottle of 1945 Domaine de la Romanee-Conti.
Chicago businesses around Lincoln and Peterson say they are suffering – and some have closed – because of road construction in the area that has been going on almost two years, reports WBBM’s Steve Miller reports.
There’s a new farm in the West Loop, but it’s sprouting data banks instead of corn.
You are probably noticing more tourists around town.
When the National Hockey League locked out its players association in mid September, it had quite the effect on businesses that rely on hockey games at the United Center.
Gas prices nationwide have been holding steady over the last week, at around $3.64 a gallon, but in the Chicago area, prices just keep going up.
When you’re and winner and maybe on the road to a championship everybody wants to get in on the act. Manufacturers of jerseys, t-shirts and other Blackhawks trinkets are providing fans with every opportunity to feel they’re a part of the team for a price.
The State of Illinois is hoping to prompt a new type of customer to visit farmers markets for fresh produce – those on food stamps.
Vendors who sell beer, hot dogs, game programs, and more in the stands at Chicago sporting events are in for a rough – but lucrative – six days at work.
A local pet store chain has been hit with a lawsuit accusing it of dealing with puppy mills, and a former employee of that store has been telling her story to WBBM Newsradio’s Steve Miller.
ComEd said Thursday that it will file an appeal to the Illinois Commerce Commission to avoid having to reimburse customers for storm damage from two years ago.
With a gallon of regular unleaded now going for an average of $4.70 per gallon, Chicago’s gas prices are even higher than Hawaii’s.
Without debate, the City Council on Wednesday agreed to increase the number of night games at Wrigley Field, as part of the Cubs’ plan to renovate the landmark stadium.
Fitch Ratings said Monday it would drop the Illinois rating from “A” to “A-” based on lawmakers’ failure to enact a solution to the state’s public-employee pension crisis.
Under a renewed program in Gary–a dollar is all you’ll need to buy a home, reports WBBM’s Brandis Friedman.
Just days after Boeing’s Dreamliner jets returned to the skies, a broadcast report from Tokyo indicates there was a sensor problem with one of the replacement batteries in a 787 in the Japan Airlines fleet.
Over the course of four years in Englewood — population 25,000 — there were 80,000 arrests. Half were thrown out. But when it comes to finding a job, that doesn’t matter. CBS 2′s Derrick Blakley reports.
WBBM’s Comcast Business Class Newsmakers Series had Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes talk about social media applications and technologies to a packed Navy Pier Grand Ballroom on October 27th. (credit: CBS/Steve Hardy)
Steve Jobs, figurehead of Apple, dies. Take a look at him through the years!
Cats! Kittens! Kittehs! We got ‘em all.
Newsmaker Series: Steve Forbes
Various photos form the Wintrust Business Luncheon
The cast of MTV’s “Jersey Shore” skipped the beach for a day to ring the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.