Miller Park Won't Be Called Miller Park In 2021 MillerCoors said Madison-based American Family proactively pitched the Brewers "an incredibly rich offer" for future naming rights to the ballpark.
Your Guide To Chicago's 5 Newest Businesses From a vegan coffeehouse to a brewpub to a Mexican cafe, read on for the newest destinations to make their debut recently.
Sears Survives A Near-Death Experience, But For How Long?Many of Sears' unsecured creditors, who rank at the bottom of the list to be paid and include merchandise suppliers and landlords, had pressed for liquidation, contending the business was worth more dead than alive. They also questioned the propriety of certain deals Lampert has done while at Sears.
City Unveils 5 Proposed Designs For New Global Terminal At O'Hare International AirportCity officials will unveil five proposed architectural designs for a new Global Terminal at O’Hare International Airport, and are asking the public for feedback on the plans.
Walgreens Brings In Microsoft To Help Improve CareThe companies will aim to boost prescription adherence, cut down on emergency room visits and decrease hospital admissions.
United Airlines Posts Smaller Profit But Tops ExpectationsChicago-based United expects more modest revenue growth in the first three months of this year. However, it predicted that the revenue-per-seat figure would be flat to up three percent.
Federal Workers Take On Odd Jobs To Make Ends MeetThe hundreds of thousands of out-of-work government employees have more options than in past shutdowns given the rise of the so-called "gig economy" that has made an entire workforce out of people doing home vacation rentals and driving for companies like Uber, Lyft and Postmates.
Sears Avoids Liquidation, Stores To Remain Open After Chairman Wins Auction With $5.2 Billion BidA last-minute reprieve for Sears, after the retailer’s former CEO made the winning takeover bid in a bankruptcy auction.