The chief executive officer of Chicago-based Groupon is defending his company and his leadership.
Something of a layaway war has erupted among big retailers.
The signature Chicago craft brews from Goose Island beer are set to go nationwide.
A Canada-based tea café is setting up shop on three fashionable strips in Chicago.
A shake-up in the executive office may mean lower prices at Jewel-Osco.
The heat wave may have cut into attendance at a popular suburban event this week.
Just a few months after opening its new main hospital building with much fanfare, Rush University Medical Center is suing the architect and engineer that developed it.
Brookfield Zoo announced this week that a black-footed cat has been born at the zoo for the first time ver.
If you want to display contemporary art in your home, for free, there’s another option now besides letting your kids loose with fingerpaint on your walls.
Some well-known figures who were imprisoned for political corruption have sobering advice for ex-Gov. Rod Blagojevich as he prepares to spend 14 years behind federal bars.
It turns out Chicago’s favorite Tyrannosaurus rex was much heavier than anyone knew.
The University of Chicago and Northwestern University are among the country’s most expensive places for a college education.
Chicago-based United Airlines has begun replacing paper flight manuals used by pilots with with 11,000 iPads.
Another giant coffee maker is reducing retail prices.
The transition plan that Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel unveiled this week is a blueprint for how he intends to change things at City Hall. Andy Shaw of the Better Government Association weighs in.
Chicago-based Groupon has found new “real estate” in the fiercely competitive daily deals industry.
The sandwich chain is considering moving its corporate headquarters out of Illinois–as a result of the state’s business tax hike.
A judge has issued a foreclosure order that hands the Block 37 mall downtown over to a bank, according to a published report.
Chicago Inspector General Joseph Ferguson has released his quarterly report of investigations into alleged missteps and misdeeds.
The dream of a developer to build the Western Hemisphere’s tallest skyscraper in Chicago may have been extinguished.