An international mining company has become the latest firm to move its U.S. Corporate headquarters to Chicago.
Residents of some parts of Chicago protested and tried to stop Wal-Mart when the retailer announced plans to move in, but in Naperville, the city government is willing to dish out some big money to keep Wal-Mart from leaving.
After 20 years, the Bulls will be saying goodbye to the Berto Center in Deerfield, in favor of a new practice facility in Chicago, likely right next to the United Center.
A full 130 years after opening its first facility in the Lincoln Park neighborhood, Children’s Memorial Hospital is leaving the neighborhood behind for a shiny new facility in Streeterville.
Two schools in Chicago will have new homes, thanks to a $251 million renovation and a little shuffling.
Chicago-based GrubHub is moving its headquarters from the city’s Near Northwest Side to the heart of the Loop.
The Gerber/Hart LGBT library has announced plans to move to a new site on Clark Street in Rogers Park.
Questions still buzz around President Barack Obama’s surprise decision Monday to move the G8 summit from Chicago to Camp David.
Silver Cross hospital officially moved its operations from Joliet to New Lenox over the weekend.
The Gerber/Hart Library and Archives of gay and lesbian resources remains very much in operation, but will soon be moving from its longtime location just south of Loyola University.
The news has been out for a while that Playboy Enterprises is on its way out of Chicago, but now, a firm date is in place.
Insurance giant Aon says it is moving its corporate headquarters from Chicago to London.
As the CME Group and Sears warn that corporate income taxes might drive them out of Illinois, maintenance and repair supply distributor Lawson Products is staying – and moving into Chicago.
Between 50 and 60 Chicago Fire Department personnel will be moving from their offices at a high rise on the IIT campus in Bronzeville to the Chicago Police Headquarters down the street.
Sears is showing its strongest signs yet that it is likely to move its headquarters out of Illinois.
Chicago City Clerk Susanna Mendoza wants her staff removed from the basement of City Hall, due to a persistent problem with cockroaches.
Meadville Lombard theological seminary will soon move to the Loop, after more than 80 years near the University of Chicago in Hyde Park, according to a published report.
Sears is thinking of moving its corporate headquarters out of Illinois to Washington, D.C., according to a published report.
It appears the fight over moving the Chicago Children’s Museum to the northeast corner of Grant Park might be over.
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