Small Group Of Workers Demonstrate Outside Restaurant Association ShowThe demonstrators say the National Restaurant Association has been lobbying for years to thwart their efforts to organize and press for higher pay and benefits.
National Restaurant Association Show Gets Underway At McCormick PlaceMore than 60,000 people are in Chicago for the 65th National Restaurant Association show at McCormick Place.
2 Big Trade Shows Agree To Stay At McCormick PlaceTwo major trade shows have extended their commitments to Chicago's mammoth McCormick Place.
Cain On Local Woman's Claims: 'Not One Ounce Of Truth'Herman Cain has flatly denied claims the latest claims of sexual harassment by a Chicago area woman, in what is now one of numerous allegations against the Republican presidential candidate.
Chicago-Area Woman Accuses Cain Of Sexual HarassmentA Chicago area woman said Monday that presidential candidate Herman Cain groped her more than a decade ago when she approached him for help finding a job.
Emanuel Denies Leaking Cain Sexual Harrassment Allegations
Restaurant Show To Stay, Move Up 2 Weeks In 2012Dashing fears that Chicago could lose the annual restaurant show to Las Vegas or Orlando forever, the National Restaurant Association announced Tuesday that it is moving up the convention next year to avoid overlapping with the NATO and G8 Summit next May.
Restaurant Show May Leave Chicago Over Scheduling ConflictA spat has erupted between Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the head of the National Restaurant Association over the dates of the annual event, which will overlap with the NATO and G8 Summit.
Exhibitors Praise Work-Rule Changes At McCormick PlaceAnother major trade show committed to staying at Chicago, following major labor concessions that lower costs for show participants.
Restaurant Show To Stay In Chicago Through 2016The National Restaurant Association has signed an agreement to keep using McCormick Place for its annual trade show through 2016.