City Won't Cut Funding For Minority HIV/AIDS Care GroupsThe Emanuel Administration said it does not plan to cut funds for most providers working with African Americans with HIV and AIDS.
Managing Small Business Finances: The Importance Of A Business Plan & Avoiding PitfallsInfinity Sauces Founder John Kessler shares financial tips for entrepreneurs getting started or trying to maintain a business.
The First Timer's Guide To Getting A Small Business LoanFundera Editor-In-Chief Meredith Wood lends some advice to small business business owners seeking credit for the first time.
3 Ways Improving Your Credit Can Benefit Your Small BusinessMany entrepreneurs should protect their personal credit score so their business can also reap similar credit benefits.
2 Investigators: Chicago State Pays Lobbyists To Lobby For FundsSo why is publicly-funded Chicago State University paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to well connected lobbyists? That’s just one of several questions CBS 2 investigator Brad Edwards had for Chicago State University leaders.
U Of I To Ask State Leaders For Stable Funding Plan, In Exchange For Tuition ControlsFor months, Timothy Killeen has informally discussed the idea as a way to provide financial stability for the university amid the state's budget crisis.
Ask Yourself These 4 Questions To Help Breakdown The Costs To Start Your Own BusinessDon't let your dreams of owning your own business get put on hold because of financial reasons.
How Two Guys In Chicago Funded The Launch Of A Record LabelVinyl For A Cause Co-founders Charlie Greengoss and Adam Victorn are bringing music and community together.
Crowdfunding Platforms Can Help You Immediately: Jump-Start Your Startup With KickstarterWith big banks hesitant to give small business loans, how can ambitious small business owners get their ideas off the ground?
[INFOGRAPHIC] Loans Versus Investments: Evaluating Small Business Funding OptionsWhen you're ready to go to the next step with your business, you'll need to find increased funding.
State Provides $10M In New Funds For Safe Passage ProgramThe city’s Safe Passage program to protect Chicago Public Schools students on their way to and from school has been expanded more than two dozen new schools, thanks to $10 million in new funding from the state.
CTA: Effort To Speed Up Buses Delayed By Slow RTA FundingThe CTA hopes to attract more riders by speeding up its buses, and giving buses green light priority over other vehicles is a key part of that strategy, but it says it is encountering problems obtaining federal grant money that's been in the hands of the Regional Transportation Authority since 2012.

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