Implementation of the health reform law continues through 2014 with these key dates.
According to the U.S. Census, there were 784,000 Hispanics in Chicago, which is nearly 29 percent of the population here. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker found out more and more are going into business for themselves.
The cooler weather is certainly being felt by some businesses that revel in the heat. It was so cold over the weekend some water parks had to close.
“Water quality makes a tremendous difference in how we can interact with the river, but also provides us jobs; it provides us business revenue,” said Friends of the Chicago River executive director Margaret Frisbie.
Wisconsin is stepping up its efforts to attract manufacturers from Illinois.
To be the best in Chicago, you have to think like the best in Chicago.
So there may be a hockey season after-all, and nobody seems to be happier than those who operate businesses near the United Center.
The Emanuel administration highlighted new industry partnerships with city college campuses, which are becoming increasingly vocational.
U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh (R-Ill.) says Motorola Mobility’s decision to relocate to Chicago from Libertyville is another example of Mayor Rahm Emanuel raiding the suburbs to help city.
Increased security, street closures and uncertainty about protests has companies such as Blue Cross/Blue Shield telling its workers to telecommute on May 18 and 20.
Dress down for the NATO protests if you work downtown? Both protesters and a security consultant for the NATO summit are laughing off suggestions that downtown office workers dress casually to avoid becoming targets of protesters.
A little over two weeks until the NATO summit is held in Chicago and one of the businesses in the shadow of McCormick Place plans to not only be open but hopefully do well.
Restaurateurs in the trendy Near West Side neighborhood that is home to Oprah Winfrey’s Harpo studios say they are struggling.
What has been called one of the greatest economic tools available in Illinois will disappear unless lawmakers take action.
Illinois State Treasurer Dan Rutherford says it’s time for long-range planning to come to government, and the state should be run more like a business.
A suburban small business on the brink of collapse is now thriving again, thanks to an outpouring of community support.
Chicago high school and elementary school students on Wednesday showed off their numbers in the Stock Market Game, a statewide competition that teaches students to analyze companies, pick stocks and manage risk.
Not everyone is thrilled about the sweeping redevelopment project that will bring a new hotel and university office building to Hyde Park.
A Chicago business owner claims he felt pressured into signing up for a service, and now he’s being sued for more than $17,000 to fulfill a contract. CBS 2′s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel — who prides himself on open government — is defending the secrecy that surrounds the work of his business group World Business Chicago.