United CEO Says No One Will Be Fired For Dragging IncidentUnited Airlines executives said Tuesday that it's too soon to know if last week's dragging of a man off a plane is hurting ticket sales. The chief executive said no one will be fired over the incident.
Schock's Staff To Face Tough Prosecutor In Spending ProbeTimothy Bass, a 20-year veteran prosecutor who's involved in the investigation, is known for combing through every detail of his cases. He's prosecuted drug and gun crimes, money laundering, tax evasion, child pornography, exploitation and corruption cases.
Data Breaches: Expert Tips For Protecting Small BusinessesA data breach can be devastating to a small business. Protect yourself, so security issues don't take your company under.
Thompson Center Food Service Workers Seek Quinn's Help Keeping JobsEmployees who work at the various fast food stands at The Great State Fare food court in the basement of the Thompson Center are worried they’ll lose their jobs when their employer, Sodexo, moves out of the state government building hands over the reins of the food court to a new management company.
O'Hare, Airline Employees To Get Free Rides On Blue Line For NowAs many as 3,000 airline employees and other workers at O'Hare International Airport will be able to board the CTA Blue Line free at the airport through July 12, as the transit agency scrambles to provide them with special fare cards.
Former Republic Windows Employees Start Their Own FactoryEighteen of the workers who staged a sit-in strike when Republic Windows & Doors suddenly ceased operations at its Goose Island plant in late 2008 are back in business as a worker-run cooperative.
11 United Airlines Employees Win Cars For Perfect AttendanceThey were never on the Oprah Winfrey Show, but 11 United Airlines employees are getting new cars.
Report: Lack Of Towing, Other Revenues In Olympia Fields Have Caused Budget CrisisDrivers in Olympia Fields may want to watch where they park, to avoid becoming part of the south suburb's answer to its budget crisis.
City Deal With Streets & Sanitation Workers Could Save $30MMayor Rahm Emanuel is celebrating an agreement with streets and sanitation workers that could save the city $30 million, and help provide faster response time for tree-trimming requests, rodent control, and graffiti removal.
Lawsuit: Capital Grille Denied Opportunities To Minority WorkersThe company that owns the Capital Grille is being sued for allegedly mistreating employees.
Police: Joliet Man Threatened To Kill Social Security StaffA 65-year-old man upset with reductions to his benefits allegedly threatened to kill employees at the Social Security Administration this week.
Analysis: Absent Employees Making For Long Delays On CTAChicago Transit Authority president Forrest Claypool says the agency is doing what it can to end the rampant employee absenteeism that can lead to long waits for passengers.