Stocks Plunge As Fed Keeps March Rate Hike On The TableStocks closed sharply lower Wednesday, after the Federal Reserve opted not to hike interest rates this month, still leaving the door open for a March increase.
When Englewood Whole Foods Opens, Expect Shelves Stocked With Local GoodsSmall business owners on Chicago's South Side say Whole Foods is offering them the big shot they need to grow their business.
Competition For Chicago Compensation, Benefits Managers Going StrongCompensation and benefits managers design, guide and manage how much a company compensates its employees; for instance when employees are traveling for business purposes, this position determines what kind of expenses are able to be compensated.
After The Bell: Stocks Tumble On Lower OilStocks closed sharply lower Wednesday as a sell-off in crude oil and weakness in manufacturing put traders in a selling mood.
Walgreens Buying Rite Aid, Creating Drugstore GiantThe deal combines the largest and third-largest U.S. drugstore chains, based on store counts.
Little Village Retail Strip Is Second Highest Grossing in CityThere is a lot of buying power in Chicago's Mexican American community and new numbers show it's fueling the economic center of Chicago's Little Village neighborhood.
The Best Job Fields For Young Career SeekersCBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
After The Bell: Stocks Mixed Ahead Of Earnings Season
After The Bell: Stocks Finish Brutal Quarter On An Up NoteStocks closed sharply higher on Wednesday as traders continued the rally seen overnight in Asia and Europe.
Many Retailers Not Ready To Meet Deadline For Accepting Chip-Enabled CardsA big change is coming to your favorite stores. They have one day left to prepare for chip-enabled cards, but CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports, many stores aren’t ready.
Motorola Solutions Moving HQ From Schaumburg To Downtown ChicagoMotorola Solutions, which makes communications and other equipment for government and public safety agencies, is moving its global headquarters from suburban Schaumburg to downtown Chicago, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Study Says Economic Impact Of 2014 Chicago Marathon Surpassed $250 MillionA study from the University of Illinois says last year’s Bank of America Chicago Marathon generated an overall economic impact of $254 million.