Boeing To Halt Production Of Grounded 737 Max JetsBoeing plans to suspend production of the 737 Max starting in January as it waits for the embattled plane to be recertified to return to service, the company announced Monday.
L.A.-Based 4thMVMT Steps Up To Help Bring Social Equity To Chicago's Cannabis BusinessAs Illinois moves forward licensing dispensaries for legalized marijuana, minorities said they are getting left out of opportunities because of the high cost.
Social Equity Works To Level The Recreational Pot-Selling Field"Hell no it ain't fair."
Season’s Greetings At Sears: Dingy Shops, Sparse ShelvesSears once towered over the retail landscape but has been on a slow decline for years. Lampert combined Sears and Kmart in 2005, pledging to return Sears to greatness. That didn’t happen. Sears was hit hard during the recession a decade ago and never recovered.
Fake Check Causes Very Real Problems For Man Searching For Roommate"Nail him. Find out where it's going to and what account it's going to. I'm sure they have ways to find that out."
Chicago Police Blame Facebook For Illegal Gun, Drug SalesOfficials said the guns sell quickly and it’s difficult to know where they wind up.
Lawmakers Will Quiz New FAA Chief Over Review Of Boeing 737 MaxThe head of the Federal Aviation Administration will face questions next week from a congressional panel about the agency’s review of the Boeing 737 Max, which has been grounded since two crashes that killed 346 people.
FBI Sending Out A Warning When Using Smart TVs"They are really replacing TVs before they even break because they are such a good value."
Chicago Q Hosting Holiday Brunches Every Weekend In DecemberDuring the month of December, Chicago Q will be hosting a duo of special holiday brunches each and every weekend at its restaurant on the Near North Side.
Pastoral Closing Cheese And Wine Shop Chain After 15 Years“Unfortunately, not all dreams are meant to last forever, but that does not mean that they were not worth pursuing," Pastoral's owners wrote in a letter to customers.
Why Are Illinois Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Limiting Their Sales?A shortage of medical marijuana in Illinois has been making headlines lately, and now, we’ve learned sales are being limited.
Charles Schwab Buys TD Ameritrade In Brokerage BlockbusterTD Ameritrade was founded by Joe Ricketts in 1975. In 2009, he bought the Chicago Cubs and has a 95% controlling interest, but according to his website, he has no involvement in the club's day-to-day operations. His son Pete Ricketts is the Governor of Nebraska where TD Ameritrade is headquartered.
Boeing Settles Several More Lawsuits Over 737 Max Plane CrashesOn Thursday, a federal judge in Chicago approved settlements of nine lawsuits filed by families of passengers killed in a Lion Air flight that crashed off the coast of Indonesia in October 2018.
Former McDonald's Employee Sues Over Sexual Harassment; 'I Was Constantly In Fear Of Losing My Job'McDonald’s is being accused of not being tough enough on allegations of sexual harassment at its restaurants.
'Don't Give Them Your Money:' Entrepreneurs Say Groups Offering Pricey Classes On Marijuana Business Are A ScamAdults in Illinois can legally buy weed in less than two months, and the prospects for making a profit off pot are very high. But so is the risk of being ripped off.