CHICAGO -- Even after years of high-profile office moves from the suburbs to downtown Chicago, the current predicament of Lake County, Ill., stands out.
The far north suburban county is bracing for the loss of about 2,700...Read more
CHICAGO -- An auction to sell bankrupt Johnson Publishing's historic Ebony photo archives has been continued until Monday after producing "multiple bidders" but no clear winner.
The bidding Wednesday at a Chicago law ...Read more
CHICAGO -- The number of store closures announced in the first half of 2019 has already outstripped the number retailers announced in all of 2018.
More than two dozen chains, from Payless ShoeSource to Party City, have ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Grassroots Cannabis is set to be acquired for $875 million, becoming the latest Chicago-based marijuana company to draw a blockbuster price tag from an out-of-state operator.
Curaleaf Holdings, based in ...Read more
The Three Mile Island Unit 1 nuclear reactor shutdown, which is set to begin no later than Sept. 30, will take nearly 60 years and $1.2 billion to complete.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is outlining Exelon ...Read more
Illinois is rejecting millions of dollars in federal funds so dozens of family planning clinics in the state don't have to follow new restrictions on abortion referrals.
The Trump administration announced Monday that it ...Read more
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, one of Pennsylvania's largest newspapers, will cut its print edition to three days as it grapples with declining advertising and digital threats, according to newsroom sources and widely ...Read more
TUSTIN, Calif. -- The crowd audibly gasped as General Motors president Mark Reuss said prices for the radically new 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray will start under $60,000, astoundingly close to the outgoing model's $55,...Read more
TUSTIN, Calif. -- The radical new 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray looks like a spaceship or fighter jet, but its superpower is gravity, not flight.
In the biggest change in America's greatest sports car's 66-year history...Read more
California hiring surged in June, powered by especially strong growth in residential and commercial building as mortgage rates continue to drop.
The state added 46,200 jobs, including 11,900 in construction, as employers ...Read more
The process by which government regulators getting cozy with the businesses they're supposed to regulate is a time-worn and familiar problem. There's even a name for it -- "regulatory capture."
But no government agency in...Read more
The sterility uncertainty at an Altaire Pharmaceuticals facility that spurred the recalls of numerous prescription and over-the-counter ophthalmic ointments swept up several more brands this week, including staple Clear ...Read more
Delta Air Lines plans to stock its on-board emergency medical kits with Narcan, which can reverse the effects of opioid overdose, starting this fall.
Spokesman Michael Thomas said the Atlanta-based airline made the ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Elizabeth Warren wants to force private equity executives to eat their own cooking.
Predictably, they aren't thrilled.
The Democratic senator and candidate for president issued a proposal this week that ...Read more
It's the rare fashion emblem you can find everywhere.
Walmart and Target offer T-shirts, swimsuits, sippy cups and ugly Christmas sweaters covered with it. Coach put it on bags, shoes and sweatshirts priced at hundreds of...Read more
Q: My 2006 Buick Allure runs great except for one thing. When I accelerate, particularly going uphill, it will sputter off and on, like a hiccup or trying to clear its throat. No stalls or losing power. My husband says to ...Read more
There's nothing like a deadline and debt to focus Congress. Yet, the looming fiscal crisis has become much too routine to merit much concern for investors.
In the week ahead, Congress should have to come up with a budget ...Read more
Ahead of its official quarterly earnings release next week, Boeing on Thursday bit the bullet and announced a huge $4.9 billion after-tax accounting charge due to the financial impact of the 737 Max grounding.
This big ...Read more
SAN DIEGO -- After a 10-year investigation, Europe's anti-monopoly regulator fined Qualcomm $271 million on Thursday for predatory pricing on the sales of smartphone chips between 2009 and 2011 to hurt rival Icera.
SEATTLE -- ReachNow will shut down its car-rental services in Seattle and Portland this week, the company announced Wednesday, citing a corporate "realignment."
The company offered short-term rentals of BMWs and Mini ...Read more
- As corporate HQs move jobs downtown, Chicago suburbs wonder what will take their place
- Los Angeles is finally ditching coal — and replacing it with another polluting fuel
- Prime Day becomes a battleground for critics but Amazon scores big sales regardless
- Illinois to reject federal grant funds to avoid new 'gag rule' on abortion referrals
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