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Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 22, 2021

Puppy mill loophole closed: Chicago pet stores banned from passing off purebred, designer dogs as rescues
Pet stores in Chicago can no longer pass off high-priced purebred and designer dogs from puppy mills as rescue animals under new restrictions that close a long-standing loophole in the city's anti-puppy mill ordinance, a furtive practice exposed by a Tribune investigation.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 22, 2021

Semiconductor shortage extends shutdown of Chicago Ford plant through mid-May
The global semiconductor shortage continues to hit home in Chicago, with Ford Motor Co. extending the shutdown of its Chicago Assembly Plant until at least May 14.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 22, 2021

Delivery fee cap for Chicago restaurants lapses, alderman seeks to reinstate it
Restaurant delivery services such as Uber Eats and DoorDash can again impose higher fees on Chicago restaurants, setting up another potential showdown with City Hall over reinstating caps on such charges to help eateries struggling during the pandemic. Northwest Side Ald. Scott Waguespack introduced an ordinance this week to reinstate a 15% ceiling on the fees the companies can charge restaurants.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 22, 2021

Marijuana investors cheer push to ease federal bank rules, expand legalization
Uncle Sam gave marijuana lovers more reason to celebrate this week as a bipartisan group of lawmakers in the House of Representatives passed a bill that would make it easier for cannabis companies to do business in states where sales are legal.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 22, 2021

River North hotel faces public nuisance complaint as downtown hotels see uptick in crime during the pandemic
An uptick in crime in and around downtown hotels during the coronavirus pandemic has city officials concerned, saying several people have taken advantage of low rates to throw large parties in rooms. Now, one River North hotel faces a public nuisance charge.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 22, 2021

Near North hotel faces public nuisance complaint as downtown hotels see uptick in crime during the pandemic
An uptick in crime in and around downtown hotels during the coronavirus pandemic has city officials concerned, saying several people have taken advantage of low room rates to throw large parties in rooms. Now, one Near North hotel faces a public nuisance charge.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 22, 2021

Chicago nursing homes had 22 COVID-19 infections among the fully vaccinated, CDC report says, making ‘breakthrough' infections rare
Across 78 Chicago skilled nursing facilities, just 22 people who were fully vaccinated tested positive for COVID-19, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suggesting that such "breakthrough" infections are relatively rare, .

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 22, 2021

For Netflix, good news on COVID-19 means bad news on subscriptions
Netflix's pandemic-fueled subscriber growth is slowing far faster than anticipated as people who have been cooped at home are able to get out and do other things again.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 22, 2021

COVID-19 will leave deep scars on the world economy, even after recovery
Once this year's V-shaped rebound fades, it's becoming clear that the global economy will suffer long-lasting symptoms. The legacies of stunted education, the destruction of jobs, war-era levels of debt and widening inequalities between races, genders, generations and geographies will leave lasting scars.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 22, 2021

New unemployment claims fall to 547,000, another pandemic low, as job market strengthens
The number of Americans applying for unemployment aid fell last week to 547,000, a new low since the pandemic struck and a further encouraging sign that layoffs are slowing on the strength of an improving job market.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 22, 2021

Southwest Airlines post $116 million profit, thanks in part to COVID-19 bailout. ‘We believe the worst is behind us.'
Southwest Airlines is the first major U.S. airline to report a profit since the pandemic started, as federal payroll aid helped boost the company to net income of $116 million in the first quarter.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 22, 2021

American Airlines sees signs of hope as it posts $1.25 billion loss, delays new Boeing jets
American Airlines said Thursday that it lost $1.25 billion in the first quarter and continued to slash costs, including delaying delivery of new jets as it waits for air travel to recover from the pandemic.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 21, 2021

CTA begins testing new made-in-Chicago rail cars
The Chicago Transit Authority has started in-service testing of its next-generation rail cars — the 7000 series — which were built at a new facility in the Hegewisch neighborhood on the city's Far Southeast Side. The 10 prototype cars began running April 21, 2011, on the Blue Line to O'Hare International Airport, with plans to rotate to other routes during the year, CTA spokesman Brian Steele said.
The first new cars to hit the CTA tracks in 10 years are part of a $632 million order for 400 rail cars from CRRC Sifang America, a subsidiary of a Chinese rail car manufacturer, which opened its Chicago plant in 2019.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 21, 2021

CTA begins testing made-in-Chicago rail cars with new seating configuration on Blue Line to O'Hare
As passengers return to the CTA, they may get a ride on brand-new, made-in-Chicago rail cars.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 21, 2021

More brand names in Chicago's skyline? City opens the door to additional high-rise signs on office buildings.
A few of the city's largest employers could become more noticeable on Chicago's skyline, after rules changes that will allow a second corporate sign on their buildings. At least one company, BMO Financial Group, plans to capitalize on the changes.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 21, 2021

Sign of the times? As downtown tries to come back, Chicago will allow a few buildings a second high-rise sign.
A few of the city's largest employers could become more noticeable on Chicago's skyline, after rules changes that will allow a second corporate sign on their buildings. At least one company, BMO Financial Group, plans to capitalize on the changes.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 21, 2021

Where are the workers? Small businesses struggle to fill jobs.
Businesses of all sizes are struggling with hiring even with nearly 10 million Americans unemployed. But smaller companies have a tougher time.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 21, 2021

Town home in the Near South Side's Marshall Field Jr. mansion listed for $1.5M
A four-bedroom, 4,200-square-foot town home in the Marshall Field Jr. mansion in the Near South Side's Prairie District was listed on April 8 for $1.5 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 21, 2021

White House offers a new tax credit in latest plan to motivate more Americans to get vaccinated
The White House is trying to overcome diminishing demand for COVID-19 shots by offering businesses a tax incentive to give employees paid leave to get vaccinated.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 21, 2021

FDA report finds significant problems at Baltimore plant that contaminated Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine
Released Wednesday, the new documents shed light into Emergent BioSolutions' continued lack of federal authorization to distribute vaccine. Inspectors found cleaning and sterilization failures; lack of adherence to protocols; and potential cross-contamination in multiple areas.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 21, 2021

Help wanted: Job openings go unfilled as businesses struggle to find workers
Businesses of all sizes are struggling with hiring even with nearly 10 million Americans unemployed. But smaller companies have a tougher time.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 21, 2021

No cash, no card, no need: Amazon begins pay-by-palm at Whole Foods near Seattle HQ
Amazon is rolling out pay-by-palm technology at some Whole Foods grocery stores near its Seattle headquarters to make paying quicker and more convenient.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 21, 2021

A big part of the CTA's Red-Purple Line project is about to start on Chicago's North Side. Here's how it may affect your ride.
Two North Side CTA Red Line stations will close in May for more than three years and two others will have temporary entrances as part of the transit agency's modernization project.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 21, 2021

Another use for vaccine passports: Hawaii residents can skip testing, quarantine for interisland flights
Hawaii becomes the second state in the nation after New York to implement a vaccination verification program, State residents who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can skip pre-travel testing and quarantine requirements for flights between islands.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 21, 2021

Foxconn Wisconsin tax breaks shrink from $2.9 billion down to $80 million in new state deal
Under the original deal, Foxconn would have qualified for $2.85 billion in Wisconsin tax credits if it invested $10 billion and created 13,000 jobs. Under the new deal, Foxconn will qualify for $80 million if it employs 1,454 people with an average wage of $53,875 and invests $676 million by 2026.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 21, 2021

Foxconn's $2.9 billion in tax breaks shrink to $80 million in new Wisconsin deal
Under the original deal, Foxconn would have qualified for $2.85 billion in Wisconsin tax credits if it invested $10 billion and created 13,000 jobs. Under the new deal, Foxconn will qualify for $80 million if it employs 1,454 people with an average wage of $53,875 and invests $676 million by 2026.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

Some Illinois hospitals are filling up as COVID-19 cases surge, making ICU beds in tight supply
A spike in COVID cases has left ICU beds in Illinois hospitals in tight supply

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

What's new from Apple: Better cameras, speakers for iMacs, 5G iPad Pros, AirTags
Apple spruced up its product line at an event Tuesday while slipping in quiet notice of a software update, now due next week, designed to enhance the privacy of iPhone users at the expense of digital advertisers such as Facebook.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

3,000 bookings for three new overseas flights: United Airlines hopeful as it reports $1.4 billion quarterly loss
United Airlines on Monday announced three new flights between the U.S. and Greece, Croatia and Iceland and by day's end, had more than 3,000 bookings. That kind of response is creating optimism at the Chicago-based airline, which on Tuesday reported a $1.4 billion quarterly loss.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

Boeing sticks with CEO Calhoun, extending his retirement age, as potential successor moves on
Boeing is sticking with CEO Dave Calhoun to guide the company through a long and uncertain recovery, while parting ways with CFO Greg Smith, a potential contender for the top job.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

Biden OKs more foreign seasonal workers as economy improves
President Joe Biden's administration announced an increase Tuesday in the number of temporary seasonal workers allowed to work in the U.S. this year, an additional 22,000 H2-B seasonal, nonagricultural worker visas on top of the annual 66,000 limit.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

What's new from Apple: Online event may focus on iPad, hint at new AirPods
Apple is set to unveil new offerings today. In the fall it will likely hold its much-anticipated iPhone event, revealing the iPhone 13.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

Tribune Publishing sets May 21 shareholder vote on Alden merger
Tribune Publishing set a May 21 date for shareholders to vote on whether to accept hedge fund Alden Global Capital's proposed $633 million offer to buy the Chicago-based newspaper chain.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

CN offers $33.7B for Kansas City Southern in railroad bidding war
Any deal for the Kansas City Southern railroad would capitalize on growing trade across North America by creating the first railroad that would link the United States, Mexico and Canada.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

Former Chicago Cub Jon Lester lists his Graceland West home for $6M
Former Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jon Lester and his wife, Farrah, on Monday placed their five-bedroom, 7,000-square-foot mansion in Chicago's Graceland West neighborhood on the market for $6 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine should have warning labels about rare blood clots, but benefits outweigh risk, European agency says
The European Medicines Agency said these rare blood disorders should be considered as "very rare side effects of the vaccine."

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

Johnson & Johnson profit and sales surge, beating analyst forecasts
Big jumps in sales of prescription drugs and medical devices helped Johnson & Johnson boost its first-quarter profit nearly 7%, blowing past Wall Street forecasts.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

Navy Pier beginning phased reopening April 30, fireworks resume in May
Navy Pier beginning phased reopening April 30 and fireworks will be back on the Chicago lakefront and around the suburbs this summer.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

Navy Pier begins reopening April 30, fireworks light up in May
Navy Pier beginning phased reopening April 30 and fireworks will be back on the Chicago lakefront and around the suburbs this summer.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

Will feds order reduced nicotine in cigarettes? Reports roil tobacco stocks.
A report that the U.S. government is considering a rule that would lower the nicotine content of cigarettes sent shares of Marlboro producer Altria Group plunging.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine should have warning labels about ‘possible link' to very rare blood clots, European agency says
The European Medicines Agency said these rare blood disorders should be considered as "very rare side effects of the vaccine."

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

Boeing raises retirement age for CEO, extending his potential term until 2028
Boeing's board of directors has raised the mandatory retirement age for CEO David Calhoun from 65 to 70, just days after he turned 64.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

Parler, right-wing ‘free speech' app, may soon return to iPhones, Macs
Apple said it has reached an agreement with the right-wing social app Parler that could lead to its reinstatement in the company's app store. Apple kicked out Parler in January over ties to the deadly Jan. 6 siege on the U.S. Capitol.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

United loses $1.36 billion as business travel remains weak
Despite federal payroll aid, United Airlines posted a $1.36 billion loss in the first quarter, slightly worse than expected. But bookings are rising ahead of the peak summer vacation season.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

The BTS Meal, with sauces inspired by South Korean recipes, coming to McDonald's in May
K-Pop superstars BTS have partnered with McDonald's to offer the band's favorite order starting May 26.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 20, 2021

Chicago announces Arts 77, a huge increase in arts funding, with $60 million for artists, concerts and new public art at O'Hare
Ambitious and "unprecedented," the new Arts 77 plan promises millions to fund arts recovery in Chicago.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 19, 2021

Marijuana by the numbers as 420, the unofficial high holiday, turns 50
Here's a look at marijuana by the numbers as more states legalize recreational use, sales grow and 420, the unofficial high holiday of weed, turns 50.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 19, 2021

Developer gives up on huge office-apartment project on Chicago Avenue across from Goose Island
While one developer is pushing ahead with plans to build 2,650 apartments on Goose Island, another is pulling the plug on a big office and residential development just across the Chicago River. A joint venture of broadcast company Nexstar Media Group and Riverside Investment & Development has dropped plans to build 1.2 million square feet of offices and a 310-unit apartment tower on the site at 700 W. Chicago Ave.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 19, 2021

Leadership shakeup continues at GameStop: CEO to depart
The overhaul in the top ranks of GameStop continues with the announced departure of CEO George Sherman at the end of July.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 19, 2021

After ‘green rush,' Canada's legal pot suppliers are stumbling
The mayor of the largely rural community of South Huron, Ontario, was looking forward to an employment boom when a marijuana producer used its soaring stock value to buy an enormous greenhouse on the edge of the municipality's largest town.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 19, 2021

Montgomery County furniture firm Knoll being acquired by competitor Herman Miller for $1.8 billion
Herman Miller Inc., of Zeeland, Michigan, is acquiring Knoll in a cash-and-stock transaction valued at $1.8 billion. The deal, approved by both companies' boards of directors, is expected to close by the end of the third quarter, subject to closing conditions.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 19, 2021

Union accuses Amazon of illegally interfering with Alabama vote
The retail union that failed to organize Amazon workers at a Alabama warehouse wants the results to be thrown out, but a university expert said it would be rare to overturn union voting results.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 19, 2021

Boeing faces legal battle over Air Force One project
A subcontractor working on the new Air Force One aircraft for Boeing countersued the Chicago-based aircraft giant Friday over Boeing's allegations of missed deadlines for work on the presidential aircraft.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 19, 2021

Architect Francisco Gonzalez Pulido lists Logan Square home for $1.35M
Noted architect Francisco Gonzalez Pulido and his wife, interior designer Gergana Gonzalez Pulido, listed their four-bedroom Logan Square home for $1.35 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 19, 2021

Foxconn, Wisconsin reach new tax break deal for scaled-back project
Foxconn Technology Group, the world's largest electronics manufacturer, has reached a new deal with reduced tax breaks for its scaled back project in southeast Wisconsin, Gov. Tony Evers and the the company announced Monday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 19, 2021

Tribune Publishing ends discussions with Maryland hotel executive, moving forward with hedge fund Alden's bid for newspaper chain
Tribune Publishing is moving ahead with plans to be acquired by Alden Global Capital and has ended discussions with a Maryland hotel executive interested in purchasing the Chicago-based newspaper chain.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 19, 2021

How ownership of Tribune Publishing — the parent company of the Chicago Tribune — has changed since 2006
A look back at the billionaire owners, company name changes and industry reactions to the sweeping leadership changes at Tribune Publishing.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 17, 2021

Swiss billionaire drops out of bid for Tribune Publishing, but Baltimore hotel exec still committed: source
Swiss billionaire Hansjörg Wyss has dropped out of a bid to buy Tribune Publishing, but his partner in that effort remains committed to purchasing the Chicago-based newspaper chain, according to a source close to the situation.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 17, 2021

Swiss billionaire drops out of bid for Tribune Publishing, but Maryland hotel exec still committed: source
Swiss billionaire Hansjörg Wyss has dropped out of a bid to buy Tribune Publishing, but his partner in that effort remains committed to purchasing the Chicago-based newspaper chain, according to a source close to the situation.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 17, 2021

Swiss billionaire Hansjörg Wyss is said to end his bid for Tribune Publishing
The Swiss billionaire who seemingly came out of nowhere last month to make a serious offer for Tribune Publishing has decided to take himself out of the bidding, according to three people with knowledge of the matter.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 17, 2021

Safety regulators warn to stop using Peloton treadmill after a child died and nearly 40 others were injured
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said it received reports of children and a pet being pulled, pinned and entrapped under the rear roller of the Tread treadmill, leading to fractures, scrapes and the death of one child.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 16, 2021

Loretto Hospital to resume distributing COVID-19 vaccines after city paused program over line-jumping allegations
City officials will again provide COVID-19 vaccines to Loretto Hospital after pausing the program last month to review allegations of dosages improperly being provided to connected people.But, the city said, it will initially run the program to ensure the hospital doesn't have the same problems that led to a series of negative headlines and allegations.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 16, 2021

Rivian plant gearing up for June launch, the return of automaking to Normal and the dawn of the electric vehicle age
Rivian, the startup electric vehicle maker whose inaugural truck, SUV and Amazon delivery van have captured the auto world's attention, is launching production in June and plans to employ 2,500 at its plant in downstate Normal by the end of the year.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 16, 2021

Downtown Chicago condos are selling again, as buyers eye the end of the pandemic and a return to the office
Condo buyers are showing renewed attention to the downtown market: More homes sold in the Loop and surrounding areas to the north and west in March than during any other month in at least a year.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 16, 2021

2 passengers sue United Airlines over engine explosion on February flight
Two passengers who were aboard a United Airlines flight that had to make an emergency landing after one of its engines blew apart and sent debris raining down on Colorado neighborhoods sued the company Friday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 16, 2021

Former Blackhawks player Patrick Sharp lists Lake View home for $3.13M
Former Chicago Blackhawks left wing Patrick Sharp on Friday placed his six-bedroom, 7,300-square-foot mansion in Lake View's Southport Corridor on the market for $3.13 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 16, 2021

Former Blackhawks player Patrick Sharp lists Lakeview home for $3.13M
Former Chicago Blackhawks left wing Patrick Sharp on Friday placed his six-bedroom, 7,300-square-foot mansion in the Southport Corridor of Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood on the market for $3.13 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 16, 2021

Unemployment is high, yet businesses are struggling to find workers. Here are 5 ways to make sense of that.
Government statistics suggest there should be a plentiful supply of would-be workers. But many businesses say they face a potentially catastrophic inability to hire. What explains the disconnect?

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 16, 2021

Rivian plant gearing up for June launch in Normal
Rivian, the startup electric vehicle maker whose inaugural truck, SUV and Amazon delivery van have captured the auto world's attention, is launching production in June.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 15, 2021

Developer unveils plan for almost 2,700 apartments, in four towers as tall as 56 stories, on Goose Island
A Canadian developer unveiled plans for one of the biggest residential developments in Chicago in decades, which would bring up to 2,650 apartments to a part of the city that now has no residents. Onni Group wants to build apartment towers as tall as 56 stories on 8 acres at the southern tip of Goose Island.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 15, 2021

Developer unveils plan for almost 2,700 Goose Island apartments, in four towers as tall as 56 stories
A Canadian developer has unveiled plans for one of the biggest residential developments in Chicago in decades, which would bring up to 2,650 apartments to a part of the city that now has no residents. Onni Group wants to build apartment towers as tall as 56 stories on 8 acres at the southern tip of Goose Island.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 15, 2021

2,650-apartment plan, with towers as tall as 56 stories, unveiled for Goose Island
2,650-apartment plan, with towers as tall as 56 stories, unveiled for Goose Island

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 15, 2021

Chicago-area Ford and Jeep auto plants remain shut down by global semiconductor shortage
Ford's Chicago Assembly Plant and Jeep's Belvidere plant are both mired in multi-week shutdowns due to the ongoing global semiconductor shortage.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 15, 2021

Lawsuit targets pay practices at Olive Garden's parent
A group that seeks higher guaranteed wages for restaurant workers is suing Olive Garden's parent company, saying its pay policies make workers more likely to ensure harassment and discrimination.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 15, 2021

After union push falls short, Amazon's Jeff Bezos vows to focus on workers. ‘I think we need to do a better job for our employees.'
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos said that as executive chairman he will focus on making the company a better place to work. Part of his focus will be to make warehouse jobs safer.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 15, 2021

Airline stocks may be ready for takeoff on hopes of post-pandemic travel rebound
New money is flowing to low-cost airlines in the U.S. as they take on giant carriers racing to recover from the unprecedented collapse in travel during the pandemic.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 15, 2021

Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett lists Indiana home for $899,900
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett and her husband, Jesse, placed their six-bedroom house in South Bend, Ind., on the market for $899,900.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 15, 2021

$1,400 stimulus checks send Americans shopping: March retail sales soar 9.8%
Newly vaccinated and armed with $1,400 stimulus checks, Americans went on a spending spree last month, buying new clothes and going out to eat again.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 15, 2021

US jobless claims plunge to 576,000, lowest since pandemic began
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits tumbled last week to 576,000, a post-COVID low and a hopeful sign that layoffs are easing as the economy recovers from the pandemic recession.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 15, 2021

Subsidizing 2 more Exelon nuclear plants key to meeting Pritzker's climate goals, audit finds
Exelon's six Illinois nuclear plants provided more than half of the electricity generated in the state in 2019, with Byron and Dresden responsible for about a fifth of the total, according to federal records.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 15, 2021

CTA, Metra, Uber and Lyft say riders are coming back. But who needs a ride if you're working from home?
Most CTA, Metra and Pace riders said they expect to return after the pandemic, but with an increase in telecommuting the transportation agencies expect riding habits will be different when they do return.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 14, 2021

Tribune Publishing sticking with Alden offer for now over bid by Maryland businessman and Swiss billionaire
Tribune Publishing's board of directors continues to recommend shareholders approve a buyout of the company by a New York hedge fund even as it considers a higher offer from a Maryland businessman and a Swiss billionaire.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 14, 2021

Hundreds of top execs and companies, including United and Mondelez, push back against voting restrictions in newspaper ad
The companies' letter is a direct challenge to Republican officials who have pushed for changes in state voting laws, citing former President Donald Trump's unproven claim that he lost the November election because of fraud.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 14, 2021

The Original Rainbow Cone, a 95-year-old Chicago legend, is opening its 1st suburban shop in Lombard
The new Rainbow Cone will open in Lombard on May 5, bringing its five-scoop rainbow cone and other goodies like mini-doughnuts to the western suburb.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 14, 2021

Maker of Huggies and Kleenex to bring 250 jobs here, open Fulton Market office
Kimberly-Clark Corp., maker of Huggies diapers and Kleenex tissues, plans to bring 250 new jobs to Chicago, and open an office in the Fulton Market district next year. It will be a commercial center for its North American consumer products business.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 14, 2021

Think you paid more to fill up the gas tank last month? You did — almost 12% more.
Chicago-area residents paid more last month for some items at the grocery store, for apparel and for used cars — but the real jump came in gas prices.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 14, 2021

Think you paid more to fill up the gas tank last month? You did — and the price hikes may not be over.
Chicago-area residents paid more last month for some items at the grocery store, for apparel and for used cars — but the real jump came in gas prices.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 14, 2021

Tax cheats are costing the US $1 trillion a year, IRS estimates
The ballooning difference between the tax dollars owed and what is actually collected by the IRS is an increasing point of focus on Capitol Hill, as lawmakers focus on more aggressive tax enforcement.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 14, 2021

McDonald's to require anti-harassment training for its 2 million restaurant workers worldwide
McDonald's will mandate worker training to combat harassment, discrimination and violence in its restaurants worldwide starting next year, affecting 2 million workers at 39,000 restaurants worldwide.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 14, 2021

Condo Adviser: When will state guidelines allow my condo association to reopen the pool?
Condo Adviser: When will state guidelines allow my condo association to re-open the pool?

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 14, 2021

New boutique hotel opens in Lake Forest for the first time in over 90 years
The Forester Hotel opened in Lake Forest, the first such lodging to open in over 90 years.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 14, 2021

Swiss billionaire Hansjörg Wyss, now a top bidder for Tribune Publishing, is an influential liberal donor
The Swiss billionaire Hansjörg Wyss helped build a sophisticated behind-the-scenes operation that attacked Republicans and promoted Democratic causes.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

Millions of US parents soon can get monthly checks of up to $300 per child. Here's when the IRS will start sending payments.
Biden's American Rescue Plan temporarily increases the child tax credit to $3,000 for each child aged 6 to 17 and $3,600 for children under 6, and it offers the option for families to receive advance monthly payments.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

United wants passengers to donate money to sustainable jet fuel. But is it better than carbon offsets for saving the planet?
United Airlines is giving customers who want to reduce the environmental impact of their travel a way to buy sustainable jet fuel that releases fewer emissions than traditional jet fuel.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

Allstate's pay-per-mile car insurance proves popular in the work-from-home era
Allstate Corp. has seen interest surge in its Milewise offering, which lets customers pay auto-insurance premiums for just the amount of driving they actually complete.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

Boeing orders gain altitude as travel picks up
Boeing orders picked up in March, fueled by a major deal with Southwest Airlines that helped to offset another round of cancellations for its 737 Max airliner.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

Chicago employers could face up to $5,000 fine for not letting workers take time off to get COVID-19 vaccines
Chicago businesses would face fines up to $5,000 for not allowing workers to take time off to get COVID-19 vaccines under a proposal by Mayor Lori Lightfoot that moved closer to passage on Tuesday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

‘Pause' for Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine over reports of blood clots could jeopardize rollout of vaccines worldwide
The U.S. is recommending a "pause" in administration of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to investigate reports of potentially dangerous blood clots.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

Got ‘flight shame'? United gives passengers the option to buy sustainable jet fuel to help air travel go green
United Airlines is giving customers who want to reduce the environmental impact of their travel a way to buy sustainable jet fuel that releases fewer emissions than traditional jet fuel.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

‘Pause' for Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine over reports of blood clots expected to be ‘matter of days,' FDA chief says
The U.S. is recommending a "pause" in administration of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to investigate reports of potentially dangerous blood clots.

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