Department Of Business Affairs And Consumer Protection
Two men who say they were kicked out of a cab while on their way to Lakeview from O’Hare are suing the taxi company, alleging that the brief kiss they shared prompted the driver to throw them out in a suburban grocery store parking lot.
Business Affairs Commissioner Maria Guerra Lapacek said the audience on Saturday at the South Shore Cultural Center will include budding entrepreneurs and business owners looking to expand.
A recent sting operation that targeted 31 immigration service providers found that all but one of them were in violation of the law.
The “Twitter for the Technologically Challenged” workshop at City Hall showed Mark Gray how he can better showcase electricity-saving products from his energy-auditing business.
The Chicago City Council approved an ordinance Wednesday that would crack down on unscrupulous tax preparers.
A plan approved by the City Council Wednesday will mean higher cab fares for everyone.
A new company that wants to use 16-seat bicycle-powered vehicles to ferry them from pub to pub says it’s fighting the City of Chicago’s decision to deny it a business permit.
Those jumping into a cab starting today should be aware that they will be paying about 50 cents more due to climbing gas prices.