FAA Spells Out Design Changes Needed In Grounded Boeing 737 Max JetsThe Federal Aviation Administration proposed software changes to a flight-control system implicated in two deadly 737 Max crashes. It also plans to require a warning light to pilots that wasn't working on the planes that crashed, changes to on-board computers, and the rerouting of some wiring.
Black-Owned Lavenderpop Greeting Cards Makes History In Striking Partnership With Jewel-OscoLavenderpop Greeting Cards will be rolled out at 10 Jewel-Osco locations in Chicago and the suburbs.
Illinois Marijuana Sales Break Another Record, With $61 Million Sold In JulyWhile many businesses have been struggling to survive during the pandemic, Illinois pot dispensaries have continued to thrive, setting another sales record in July.
2 Months After Looting And Unrest, Many Chicago Businesses Still Need Help RebuildingChicago businesses reported $66 million worth of damaged or stolen property to police during the looting and unrest after George Floyd’s death, according to public records obtained by the CBS 2 Morning Insiders.
Business Owners Talk About Triumphs, Challenges As National Black Business Month BeginsAugust is National Black Business Month – a time to choose and support Black-owned stores and other operations.
'We Know This Is A Recession, But We Don't Want This To Go Into Depression Territory,' Says Economics ProfessorWith the first round of economic stimulus running out, millions of Americans are about to take a massive hit to their household budget.
United States Economy Shrinks By Record 32.9 Percent In Second QuarterThe United States economy endured its worst quarter in recorded history this past spring, brought on by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Stop-Work Order Issued Amid Renovations For Planned Greektown Marijuana Dispensary; Some Neighbors Don't Want It There At AllA marijuana dispensary in Greektown is not even open, yet it’s already getting hit with fines from the city.
Trade Show Losses At McCormick Place Amid Pandemic Has Cost Nearly $1.7 BillionMore than $1.5 billion – that is the impact the coronavirus has had just at McCormick Place this year.
Cork & Kerry In Beverly Pushes Back After Being Closed By City For COVID-19 Reopening ViolationsOne of the latest Chicago bars to be closed by city inspectors is Cork & Kerry, a South Side staple on Western Avenue.
Walgreens CEO Pessina To Step Down, Become Executive ChairThe change in leadership comes a couple weeks after Walgreens announced a huge quarterly loss and a major business pivot.
Last Call At Guthrie's Tavern As Many Worry About Future Of Other Chicago Bars Amid PandemicIt was last call Thursday night at the venerable Guthrie’s Tavern in Wrigleyville Thursday night, as the coronavirus pandemic claimed another victim.
US Moves One Step Closer To Letting The Boeing 737 Max FlyThe Federal Aviation Administration said Tuesday that “in the near future” it will issue a proposed safety directive for the plane. The agency gave no indication, however, of when it might lift its March 2019 order that grounded the plane.
Chicago Restaurateur Manish Mallick Joins Mission To Feed America's HungryManish Mallick's restaurant, ROOH, is one of more than 2,400 eateries, from New York City to Oakland, California, working with the non-profit World Central Kitchen to provide meals to the hungry.
Wrigleyville's Guthrie's Tavern Announces It Is Going Out Of Business Amid Reimposed Restrictions On BarsGuthrie’s Tavern in Wrigleyville announced Monday that it is going out of business.