The CME Group confirmed to CBS 2 Monday that a deal in the next few weeks may keep the trading firm in Chicago.
A northwest suburban man who was employed as a senior software engineer with the Chicago-based CME Group, was arrested Friday after being charged with theft of trade secrets.
In the wake of a threat by the CME Group to leave Chicago, Florida Gov. Rick Scott is now trying to lure the parent company of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and Board of Trade to his state.
A group held a bake sale this morning, mocking the “struggling” Chicago Mercantile Exchange and its threats to leave the state because it’s losing money due to a tax hike.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) says he is concerned that many large companies have threatened to leave his home state due to higher taxes, but he says Illinois lawmakers had to take action to pay the state’s vendors.