After Shots Are Fired At Eurostars Magnificent Mile Hotel Following Past Criminal Issues There, Alderman Wants License PulledA Chicago alderman says a hotel in River North is a crime magnet – and he wants the license for the hotel pulled after a shooting over the weekend.
Supply Chain Issues: How Are Global Shortages Affecting Local Customers?The supply chain is the series of steps that brings a product to a customer, but bottlenecks across the entire network are creating shortages, delays and higher prices.
North Halsted Street Mainstay Yoshi's Café Set To Close This Month After Nearly 40 Years In BusinessYoshi’s Café on North Halsted Street is going out of business after nearly 40 years in operation.
Business Owners Very Pleased With Turnout For Black Shop Friday, Campaign Urging People To Shop At Black-Owned BusinessesIn the days leading to Black Friday, a campaign was launched to encourage people to shop at Black-owned businesses. So how did that campaign do on the busiest shopping day of the year?
CVS Installs Time-Delay Safes At All Illinois Pharmacy Locations To Deter Would-Be ThievesWould-be thieves will now have a much harder time making a quick getaway at Illinois pharmacies.
Retailers Worry That Repeated Organized Thefts Could Scare Shoppers Away From Mag Mile, Other Districts This Holiday SeasonCustomers were pushed and shoved this week as a group of thieves ransacked the Burberry store on the Magnificent Mile – in the latest hit in a number of similar mass-thefts at high-end Chicago stores. CBS 2’s Tara Molina asked Tuesday how the crime is affecting the holiday shopping season.
After 2 Long Years, Crowds Of Shoppers Downtown Are Thrilled To Be Out And About Again This Black FridayHoliday crowds flooded downtown Chicago all day and into the night this Black Friday – in a way we haven’t seen in two years.
Crowds Return To Stores This Black Friday, But Supply Chain Issues Pose ChallengesThis Black Friday, bargain hunters did something we haven’t seen in over a year – they showed up in person.
Chicago Business Community Leaders Meet With State's Attorney, Demand Answers About Why Repeat Offenders Seem To Get Back On Streets EasilyFed-up Chicago business owners are going directly to Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx – demanding answers about violent crime.
Deere & Co. Workers Approve 3rd Contract Offer, Will End StrikeDeere & Co. workers approved a new contract Wednesday that will deliver 10% raises immediately and end a monthlong strike for more than 10,000 employees.
Child Tax Credit: November Payments Arriving In Parents' Bank AccountsThe fifth round of advance Child Tax Credit payments went out Monday morning, and parents are already seeing the extra money in their bank accounts.
Supply Chain Issues: How Global Shortages Are Affecting Consumers NationwideThe supply chain is the series of steps that brings a product to a customer, but bottlenecks across the entire network are creating shortages, delays and higher prices.
Supply Chain Issues: 'There Really Are Problems Everywhere,' Even For Small CompaniesExtensive slowdowns all along the supply chain are keeping consumers from buying what they want when they want, suggesting broader problems across the economy.
City Of Markham Takes Action, Investigation Launched Against Police Officer After CBS 2 Exposes Over 1,400 Unlicensed Businesses Got PPP LoansAn investigation has now been launched less than 24 hours after CBS 2’s Jermont Terry exposed ghost businesses taking Paycheck Protection Program loans in south suburban Markham.
City Announces $2.7 Million COVID-19 Small Business Support Program Engaging Nonprofits To Help Chicago Businesses That Have Been SufferingMayor Lori Lightfoot and the Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection announced a new grant program this week to allow nonprofits to help small businesses that have been suffering during the COVID-19 pandemic.