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Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 09, 2022

Is the deal to keep Lollapalooza in Chicago good for the city? Alderman calls it ‘missed opportunity' and questions clause that limits fest competition
Among the most significant changes from the previous contract is that the new agreement will allow 60,000 more attendees over the four-day festival.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 09, 2022

Biden signs $280 billion CHIPS act in bid to boost US over China
President Biden signed a $280 billion bipartisan bill to boost domestic high-tech manufacturing, part of his administration's push to boost U.S. competitiveness over China.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 09, 2022

FAA clears Boeing to resume deliveries of 787 Dreamliner
American Airlines said it expects to get its first new 787 in more than 15 months as early as Wednesday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 09, 2022

Billions pour into bioplastics as markets begin ramping up
Companies ramp up production of plastics made from natural, renewable materials that can be safely composted or can biodegrade.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 09, 2022

Most electric vehicles won't qualify for federal tax credit
To qualify for the credit, an EV must contain a battery built in North America with minerals mined or recycled on the continent.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 09, 2022

CTA has repeatedly suspended service on the Green Line, one sign of ongoing staff shortages
Service on one branch of the CTA Green Line has been repeatedly suspended this year because of staffing issues.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 09, 2022

University of Chicago Micro-Hospital coming to Crown Point in 2024
The University of Chicago Hospital broke ground last week on a new facility that promises extra specialty care in Crown Point.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 08, 2022

Agreement to keep Lollapalooza in Chicago calls for tighter rules on competing Grant Park music fests and raises the number of fans allowed
Starting next year, up to 115,000 people per day will be allowed in. Before, attendance was called at 100,000 per day.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 08, 2022

Groupon to lay off 500 employees as struggling Chicago-based online marketplace seeks financial turnaround
Struggling Chicago-based online marketplace Groupon is laying off 500 employees, or nearly 15% of its global workforce.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 08, 2022

Pritzker, Lightfoot roll out welcome mat for Indiana businesses in wake of new abortion restrictions in Hoosier State
Indianapolis-based pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly and Co. said it will reassess its presence in Indiana following legislation signed into law last week.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 08, 2022

Chicago will bring renewable energy to its airports, Harold Washington Library and more under power deal unveiled by Mayor Lori Lightfoot
Lightfoot aims to transition city-run buildings to 100% renewable power.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 08, 2022

Chicago will bring renewable energy to its airports, Harold Washington Library and more under power deal unveiled Monday by Mayor Lori Lightfoot
Lightfoot aims to transition city-run buildings to 100% renewable power.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 08, 2022

Illinois consumers sue health insurer Centene, saying they couldn't find in-network doctors
Consumers in Illinois and other states are suing health insurance giant Centene, alleging the insurer defrauded them

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 08, 2022

Intelligentsia Coffee workers vote to unionize at five Chicago locations
The vote affects nearly 30 workers at Intelligentsia's five Chicago cafes.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 08, 2022

Nonprofits launch $100M plan to support health workers in Africa
The investment seeks to empower the frontline workers that experts say are essential to battling outbreaks of COVID-19, Ebola and HIV.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 08, 2022

BioNTech reports strong first half, expects demand to grow
The German company said it plans to release revamped vaccines tailored to the latest omicron variants as early as October.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 08, 2022

Pfizer buying spree continues with $5.4B hematology deal
The pharmaceutical giant continues to invest some of the cash influx reaped during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 07, 2022

Two programs slated to bring more EV chargers along Indiana highways as way to reduce range anxiety for drivers
Two programs under way now aim to build more electric vehicle charging stations along Indiana highways to reduce range anxiety for drivers.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 05, 2022

Chicago Reader publisher to step down after hard-fought battle to convert alternative newspaper to nonprofit
After a successful quest to convert the Chicago Reader to a nonprofit, Tracy Baim is stepping down as publisher of the alternative newspaper.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 05, 2022

Matteson warehouse on track to be ready by early 2023, using construction techniques not seen in Chicago area in years
Matteson Mayor Sheila Chalmers-Currin said the development off Cicero Avenue diversifies and expands the tax base without putting a strain on schools.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 05, 2022

East Coast storms ground US travelers as airlines cancel flights
Tens of thousands of flyers had their travel plans upended Friday after airlines canceled more than 1,100 flights for a second straight day because of thunderstorms hitting the East Coast.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 05, 2022

Are we in a recession? Not yet, economists say. Here's what to know.
What economists think you should know about inflation, jobs and recessionary fears.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 04, 2022

Beyond Meat announces layoffs after lower second-quarter sales; no word on McPlant burger
Beyond Meat gave no update on its partnership with Chicago-based McDonald's, which recently ended a U.S. trial of the McPlant, a burger it developed in partnership with Beyond Meat.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 04, 2022

Investor buys another affordable housing property, this time next to the Obama Center
A New York City-based investor snapped up another Chicago property, this time across the street from the future Obama Presidential Center.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 04, 2022

As Chicago's Market Days festival approaches, doctors and organizers share monkeypox concerns, advice: ‘Use some common sense'
The LGBTQ-centered event brings in over 100,000 people every year to Chicago, an organizer said. Here's what people are doing to keep it safe.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 04, 2022

Employment market shows signs of cooling amid rate hikes
Job openings have been edging lower since April as rising inflation tightened its grip on businesses and crimped consumer spending.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 04, 2022

Starbucks baristas vote to unionize at West Rogers Park store
The store is the fifth in Chicago to unionize.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 04, 2022

Long-term mortgage rates under 5% for 1st time in 4 months
The 30-year rate tumbled to 4.99% from 5.3% last week, mortgage buyer Freddie Mac reported Thursday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 04, 2022

Applications for US jobless claims up again last week
Despite the increase, the labor market remains one of the strongest parts of the U.S. economy.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 04, 2022

The Great Fire slowed interest in wood buildings, but Chicago's first mass timber tower could soon take shape
Sterling Bay is set to begin construction of Chicago's first mass timber building, a nine-story, apartment tower in Lincoln Park.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 04, 2022

Chicago Bears deal in Arlington Heights could be hindered by group's ‘anti-corporate welfare' petition
The Chicago Bears' move to Arlington Heights could be hindered by an interest group's petition against financial incentives; the village opposes the petition.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 03, 2022

Machinists at 3 Boeing defense plants ratify new contract
The three-year contract will take effect Thursday and cover employees at Boeing plants in St. Louis and St. Charles, Missouri, and Mascoutah, Illinois.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 03, 2022

Illinois joins three other states to create EV charging circuit along scenic Lake Michigan shoreline route
Illinois has joined with three other states to build a 1,100-mile EV charging circuit along Lake Michigan, creating an electrified scenic route with enough juice to get from Green Bay to Traverse City.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 03, 2022

Bill and Melinda Gates list Hyde Park home for $1.55M
Microsoft founder Bill Gates and his former wife, Melinda, on Tuesday placed the five-bedroom home they own in Hyde Park on the market for $1.55 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 03, 2022

Starbucks reports record revenue on frothy US demand
Starbucks said morning traffic was also picking up as more people returned to offices.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 02, 2022

New York investor continues to expand Chicago footprint, buys 167-unit complex in Englewood
Jonathan Rose Companies acquires Englewood Gardens and plans to preserve it all as affordable housing.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 02, 2022

New York investor continues to expand Chicago footprint, buys 167-unit complex in Englewood for $10.7M
Jonathan Rose Companies acquires Englewood Gardens and plans to preserve it all as affordable housing.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 02, 2022

Caterpillar post strong second-quarter profit as it raises prices
The Deerfield, Illinois, company had revenue of $14.25 billion, about in line with the $14.3 billion analysts had projected.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 02, 2022

Uber revenue soars as bookings hit an all-time high
Passengers took a total of 1.87 billion trips on Uber during the spring and early summer, a 24% increase compared with the same time last year.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 02, 2022

U.S. job openings slid to 10.7 million in June
Employers have added an average of 457,000 a jobs a month in 2022; and unemployment is near a 50-year low.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 02, 2022

A suburban bakery faced harassment for a kid-friendly drag show. Now, officials are threatening to fine the owner.
A bakery that faced subject of harassment and vandalism after advertising for a family-friendly drag show is being threatened with code violations if it hosts any future events, according to a letter sent from the far northwest suburb to the bakery's owner. The ACLU is now involved.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 01, 2022

Federal loan center opens in Highland Park to help businesses, organizations impacted by parade shooting: ‘They need to be served'
U.S. Rep. Brad Schneider, D-Highland Park, Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering and officials from the U.S. Small Business Administration discussed relief available to businesses and other organizations impacted by the shooting Monday at the temporary SBA Business Recovery Center in downtown Highland Park.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 01, 2022

Illinois health insurers propose price increases for Affordable Care Act exchange plans
Ten Illinois insurance companies that sell plans on the exchange, at healthcare.gov, are proposing average rate increases of about 3% to nearly 16% for plans in 2023.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 01, 2022

DuPage County Judge gives Carvana reprieve through end of August
Carvana is back in business in Illinois, including its Oak Brook location, following an order Friday that gives the vehicle seller its license back after it had been suspended July 18.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 01, 2022

Bumps, bipartisanship in long fight for semiconductor bill
President Joe Biden will soon sign into law the $280 billion CHIPS and Science Act to boost semiconductor production. The back story reveals the complexities of bipartisanship, even when all sides agree on the need to act.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 01, 2022

Bumps and bipartisanship in the long fight for a semiconductor bill
President Biden will soon sign into law the $280 billion CHIPS and Science Act. This account of how the bill came together draws from interviews with 11 Biden administration and congressional officials, most speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss private conversations.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Aug 01, 2022

NorthShore agrees to pay $10.3 million settlement in COVID-19 vaccine lawsuit over religious exemptions
As part of the settlement, NorthShore is agreeing to re-hire workers who were fired for refusing to get vaccinated for religious reasons.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 31, 2022

Lollapalooza sticks with Chicago, as Lightfoot takes Sunday stage to announce 10-year deal
Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced that Lollapalooza will continue to take place in Chicago after a 10-year deal between organizers and the city.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 31, 2022

Researchers urge doctors to test patients for toxic forever chemicals, which could cost Americans nearly $63 billion in hidden health costs
Routine testing is rare and most people don't know how much PFAS is coursing through their circulatory system.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 29, 2022

Rivian lays off 6% of workforce, including 50 jobs at EV plant in Normal
The electric truck manufacturer cut about 840 nonmanufacturing jobs out of 14,000 positions companywide.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 29, 2022

Inflation and wage data suggest US prices will keep climbing
An inflation gauge closely tracked by the Fed jumped 6.8% in June from a year ago, the government said Friday, the biggest such jump in four decades.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 29, 2022

UAW rescinds strike pay increase at annual convention
More than 1,000 CNH Industrial workers who have been on strike at plants in Burlington, Iowa, and Racine, Wisconsin, since early May will likely be affected by the changes.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 29, 2022

Amazon posts second-quarter loss driven by $3.9 billion write-down of Rivian investment
The Seattle-based e-commerce giant also said it is making progress in controlling some of the excess costs from its massive expansion during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 29, 2022

Talks to keep Lollapalooza in Chicago after this year hit a snag
Lollapalooza's current contract with the Chicago Park District ends this year.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2022

Provident Hospital's revamp put on hold a third time as costs balloon; Cook County to reassess plans
"We think it's wise to take a step back at this time," Cook County Board President Toni Peckwinkle said.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2022

Lollapalooza doesn't yet have a deal to stay in Chicago after this year, but talks continue
Lollapalooza's current contract with the Chicago Park District ends this year.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2022

Weed shops gear up for Lollapalooza sales, with ‘cannabus' shuttles and pop-up smoking lounge
Chicago cannabis dispensaries are expecting record sales this weekend during Lollapalooza, with Verilife running shuttle buses every 20 minutes between its River North store and Grant Park for festivalgoers to stock up.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2022

A look at how gas prices in Illinois compare to other states
Hitting the road this summer? Here's how gas prices in Illinois compare to neighboring states.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2022

Former Blackhawks player Alex DeBrincat lists Lakeview home for $1.5M
Former Chicago Blackhawks right winger Alex DeBrincat placed his five-bedroom Lakeview home on the market for $1.49 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2022

Whistleblowers hit Southwest, FAA for lax safety practices
Federal officials say Southwest Airlines and its pilots union have resisted cooperating with investigations of accidents and other incidents.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2022

Ford 2Q profit up 19% with stronger year despite inflation
The company pulled together enough computer chips to boost factory output and sales.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2022

Ford second quarter profit up 19% with stronger year despite inflation
The company pulled together enough computer chips to boost factory output and sales.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2022

Stellantis earnings rise as electric vehicle sales expand
The world's fourth-largest automaker said sales of low-emission and battery electric vehicles have been increasing.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2022

Actor D.B. Sweeney, who starred in the romantic comedy ‘The Cutting Edge,' lists Hinsdale home for $925,000
Actor D.B. Sweeney, who starred in the 1992 sports-romantic comedy film "The Cutting Edge," lists Hinsdale home for $925,000

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2022

Watchdog head: Fines may not stop bad behavior by companies
Rohit Chopra of the CFPB says some companies have gotten so big that the money makes little difference.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2022

Fewer Americans applied for jobless benefits last week
Applications for jobless aid for the week ending July 23 declined by 5,000 to 256,000 from the previous week's 261,000.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2022

JetBlue agrees to buy Spirit for $3.8 billion
The agreement Thursday comes a day after Spirit's attempt to merge with Frontier Airlines fell apart.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2022

Lollapalooza ushers in best weekend of the year for downtown hotels, but business travel remains sidelined
More than two years into a crisis that sent lodging revenues plummeting, Lollapalooza is filling Chicago hotel rooms.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2022

Back-to-school spending expected to hit record high as inflation soars. ‘It's kind of adding up now.'
The Consumer Price Index hit 9.1% in June as Chicagoans continued to manage sky-high prices of food and gas. Now, back-to-school costs are adding up.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2022

Facebook parent Meta posts first revenue decline in history
Facebook and Instagram's parent company Meta posted its first revenue decline in history Thursday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2022

How the Federal Reserve's rate hikes affect your finances
Here are some of the most common questions being asked about the impact of the rate hike.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2022

Amazon workers in Joliet file complaints with the EEOC alleging racist work environment
Workers at Amazon's Joliet facility took issue with the way the e-commerce giant handled a racist death threat scrawled in the women's bathroom in May.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2022

Lake Effect Brewing pivots to new Logan Square site after abandoning fire station redevelopment
Lake Effect Brewing plans a new Logan Square brewery after it pulled out of a firehouse redevelopment in Chicago's Jefferson Park neighborhood.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2022

Alderman calls for repeal of Mayor Lightfoot's inflation-tied property tax increases
With inflation soaring, the city tax levy could balloon this year, even with a 5% cap that's part of the ordinance.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2022

Fed unleashes another big rate hike in bid to curb inflation
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised its benchmark interest rate by a hefty three-quarters of a point for a second straight time in its most aggressive drive in three decades to tame high inflation.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2022

NewsNation to add former CNN anchor Chris Cuomo to prime-time lineup in fall
The hiring of Chris Cuomo brings both star power and baggage to NewsNation, which has yet to build a large audience since its launch two years ago.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2022

Google will be new occupant of iconic, controversial James R. Thompson Center
Google will be moving into the James R. Thompson Center in Chicago's Loop in a revamped deal of the state's sale of the Helmut Jahn-designed building to a developer.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2022

Google's plan to take over Thompson Center a shot in the arm for downtown Chicago and for Gov. J.B. Pritzker
Google will be moving into the James R. Thompson Center in Chicago's Loop in a revamped deal of the state's sale of the Helmut Jahn-designed building to a developer.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2022

Has remote work changed the travel landscape?
One in five travelers this summer plans to do work on the road, according to a report from Deloitte.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2022

Big pink diamond discovered in Angola is largest in 300 years
A big pink diamond of 170 carats has been discovered in Angola and is claimed to be the largest such gemstone found in 300 years.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2022

AR-15 style guns have brought in over $1 billion in 10 years
Gun manufacturers have made more than $1 billion from selling AR-15-style guns over the past decade, and for two companies those revenues have tripled over the past three years, according to a House investigation.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2022

Boeing reports Q2 profit but misses Wall Street expectations
Boeing's defense business weakened and it remained unable to deliver any of its 787 Dreamliner planes.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2022

Boeing reports smaller second quarter profit; potential strike looms in Illinois
Boeing's defense business weakened and it remained unable to deliver any of its 787 Dreamliner planes.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2022

Fed set to impose another big rate hike to fight inflation
The Fed is expected to impose a second consecutive three-quarter-point hike in its benchmark interest rate Wednesday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2022

Gov. J.B. Pritzker confirms Google will be new occupant of iconic, controversial James R. Thompson Center
Google will be moving into the James R. Thompson Center in Chicago's Loop in a revamped deal of the state's sale of the Helmut Jahn-designed building to a developer.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2022

Ken Griffin lists Chicago condos for $13M and $16M as he prepares to move his hedge fund to Miami
Billionaire Ken Griffin listed two Chicago condos for sale Tuesday one month after announcing plans to move his company to Miami

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2022

Citadel CEO Ken Griffin lists Chicago condos for $13M and $16M as he prepares to move his hedge fund to Miami
Billionaire Ken Griffin listed two Chicago condos for sale Tuesday one month after announcing plans to move his company to Miami

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2022

Citadel CEO Ken Griffin lists Chicago condos for sale as he prepares to move his hedge fund to Miami
Billionaire Ken Griffin listed two Chicago condos for sale Tuesday one month after announcing plans to move his company to Miami

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2022

The Mega Millions jackpot is up to $830 million, but what are the chances that you'll be a winner?
The chances are steadily rising that someone will win the massive $830 million Mega Millions jackpot on Tuesday night.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2022

Lincoln Park mansion designed in part by architect David Adler listed as a single-family home for $11.5M
A recently renovated Lincoln Park mansion was listed on Monday for $11.5 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2022

Former Chicago Cubs relief pitcher Sean Marshall sells Lincolnwood home for $2M
Former Chicago Cubs relief pitcher Sean Marshall and his wife sold their Lincolnwood home for $2.18 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2022

Mega Millions jackpot up to $830 million, but what are the chances that you'll be a winner?
The chances are steadily rising that someone will win the massive $830 million Mega Millions jackpot on Tuesday night.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2022

Eli's Cheesecake breaks ground on $9.5 million expansion
President Marc Schulman, son of the late legendary Eli Schulman, said the expansion will give the family-owned company some much-needed breathing room.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2022

Coke revenue rises along with prices; ups outlook for 2022
Coca-Cola Co. posted strong sales in Q2 due to price increases and rising demand from restaurants, theme parks and other venues.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2022

Hobbled by chip, other shortages, GM profit slides 40% in Q2
Computer chip and parts shortages hobbled factory output and caused the company's U.S. sales to fall more than 15%.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2022

Consumers confidence slides for 3rd straight month in July
The Conference Board said its consumer confidence index fell to 95.7 in July from 98.4 in June, largely due to anxiety over inflation.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2022

McDonald's reports lower Q2 sales, charges weigh down profit
Coronavirus restrictions shuttered McDonald's stores in China and higher prices took a toll on U.S. demand.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2022

McDonald's reports lower second quarter sales as higher prices take toll on demand
Coronavirus restrictions shuttered McDonald's stores in China and higher prices took a toll on U.S. demand.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2022

Marijuana sales and tax revenues in Illinois jumped 50% in the past year
Recreational marijuana sales and tax revenue due in Illinois both shot up 50% in the past fiscal year.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2022

Labor shortage drives fierce competition in Chicago hospitality industry, with cash promises and on-the-spot job offers
As a rebound in tourism drives more hotel stays, a recent survey found nearly half of all U.S. hotels said they are "severely understaffed."

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