Motorists will continue to enjoy the lower prices at the gas pump.
Neighborhood by neighborhood, small business owners are trying to get their messages out and inspire Chicagoans to buy local this Small Business Saturday.
Forget Thanksgiving with the family. For many shoppers, Thursday night was all about finding big deals.
At a time when many people give to charity groups, the economy has improved, but there are still challenges in raising money.
Their observation: It was much less chaotic then Black Friday excursions to the stores. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports.
Backed by undercover video recorded at chicken processing facilities owned by Chicago-based Koch Foods, an animal rights group was calling out the company and Chick-Fil-A to adopt more humane practices.
A new study from the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) highlights the impact the video game industry has on state economies — and it’s mostly good news. Sadly, the gaming industry continues to flail in one critical area: women.
McDonald’s, which is recalling the Happy Meal toys, said about 2.5 million whistles were manufactured, but most were not sent to restaurants.
United Airlines calls the pledge a thank you to its veterans. CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports.
Those who expected long lines of angry riders to pound on podiums and demand that the 10.8 percent fare increase and yearly fare hikes for 10 years be dropped were wrong. It didn’t happen, at least during the hearing at Mundelein village hall, one of four that occurred Wednesday.
Target stores in Calumet City and McHenry will be shut down by February, as part of the company’s plan to close 11 stores nationwide.
Evanston’s Stone Porch by the Lake is a luxury bed-and-breakfast experience that’s been Made in Chicago. It’s the North Shore’s only lakefront bed and breakfast south of Lake Forest.
Despite some successes, Amtrak officials say the city’s freight and passenger rail lines remain tangled and congested.
Have a customer service horror story that involves dealing with a utility company? The Citizens Utility Board wants to hear from you on social media.
The company made the announcement about the $75 million project on Tuesday. The jobs figure would be reached by 2017.
When you walk into Deb Kraemer’s shop and factory at Grand and Racine in Chicago’s West Town neighborhood, you’re instantly greeted by a wonderful mix of aromas, reports WBBM’s Regine Schlesinger.
A company that contracted with the city to put up digital advertising has inspired the wrath of some Northwest Side residents. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
Drivers are doing double takes when they go to fill up.
Two Chicago area interstates that have crossed paths for years, but never before connected to each other, should finally link up at the end of the month when a new interchange opens in the south suburbs.
Tucked away inside a small store front in Clarendon Hills is a place Willy Wonka could be proud of.
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)
Cats! Kittens! Kittehs! We got ‘em all.
Newsmaker Series: Steve Forbes
Various photos form the Wintrust Business Luncheon