After The Bell: Stocks Lower On Deutsche Bank ConcernsThe S&P 500 dropped 20, the NASDAQ lost 49, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average shed nearly 196 points, settling to 18,143.
New Whole Foods, Starbucks Stores Opening In EnglewoodAiming to boost the economy and improve the quality of food available in Englewood, Whole Foods was opening its new store on the South Side on Wednesday.
Madigan Files Suit Against Drug Company Over Blocking GenericsIllinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan filed an antitrust lawsuit Friday against Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceutical, now known as Indivior, alleging that they attempted to alter one of their drugs in a scheme to block generic competitors.
Women Pushing To End 'Pink Tax' On Retail ItemsWomen may like pink, but they're tired of paying more for the color and for products that are marketed to women.
Retailers Warn Against Possible Cook County Soda TaxRetailers were speaking out Wednesday amid published reports Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle is considering a new tax on sugary soft drinks, up to a penny an ounce.
FAA Warns Travelers Not To Use New Samsung Phone On PlanesSamsung has issued a global recall of all Note 7 smartphones, after finding the lithium-ion batteries of some of the phones have exploded or caught fire.
McDonald's Recalls Happy Meal "Step-iT" Fitness TrackersThe fast-food chain said last week that it would stop distributing the bands in Happy Meals. Now it's recalling 29 million of them in the U.S., and 3.6 million in Canada.
Chicago Hotel Among 20 Targeted By HackersThe Hotel Chicago Downtown, a Marriott hotel at 333 N. Dearborn St., was the only hotel in Chicago among those that might have been hacked.
WATCH: Food Delivery Man Rifles Through Packages In Building LobbyAs convenient as it is to order delivery, you may be opening your doors to strangers and putting your packages at risk. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
After The Bell: Stocks Lower Ahead Of Key Earnings, Fed MeetingThe S&P 500 lost 6, the NASDAQ dropped 2 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed down nearly 78 points, settling to 18,493.
Leaders Tout Measure To Secure Life Insurance PaymentsIllinois State Treasurer Mike Frerichs and state legislators from both parties Tuesday asked Gov. Bruce Rauner to act quickly to sign legislation that would require insurance companies to notify beneficiaries of available death benefits.
What's Driving Up Your Auto Insurance Rates?Zip codes, for one. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker talks with experts.