Many Chicagoans are no fans of the private parking meter boxes on city streets, but they could generate a lot of money for the city in a different way.
U.S. Rep. Peter Roskam (R-Ill.) said Tuesday that proposed Obama administration rules are stifling the economic recovery. And he wants Congress to have a much bigger say in future rulemaking.
Two Chicago companies are squaring off Monday over hot dogs.
George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” is tightly associated with United Airlines. But a published report now says the airline may be dropping the familiar signature music.
The American Medical Association at its annual meeting in Chicago Tuesday took aim at ads that promote unrealistic body images.
An Illinois lawmaker is hoping to raise the state’s revenues by selling advertising on license plates.
You have to hand it to Pepsi and Groupon for getting a big bang for their bucks during the Super Bowl.
Soon, like it or not, you will hear a lot more than bus stop announcements coming from the loudspeakers aboard some Pace buses.
Visitors to Chicago’s public parks could soon see advertisements on such things as lifeguard stands, garbage cans and tennis courts.