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Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 31, 2021

‘Get on board or move along': Chicago bars, restaurants start serving vaccinated only, requiring masks amid COVID-19 burst
As the delta variant of COVID-19 has cases rising, Chicago restaurants and bars are switching to serving only vaccinated people or requiring masks.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 30, 2021

Disney requiring US employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19
The Walt Disney Company has joined other large companies in requiring employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 30, 2021

Morton Salt lays off 40% of employees at its Chicago headquarters under new investment firm owner
Morton Salt, recently purchased by a California investment firm, laid off 120 employees at its Chicago headquarters this week, reducing its staff by 40%

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 30, 2021

Walmart mandates masks for all workers in some areas
Walmart, the nation's largest retailer and private employer, is reversing its mask policy and will require all its workers including vaccinated one in areas with high infection rates to wear masks.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 30, 2021

Businesses weigh asking customers to put masks back on in light of new CDC guidelines. ‘For most people, this is a huge step backward.'
New guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week advising everyone to wear masks indoors in places where COVID-19 cases are rising left some Chicago-area businesses wondering whether they would soon be back in the position of asking customers to mask up. Some already require them.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 30, 2021

Return to masking in Chicago businesses
New guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention earlier this week advising everyone to wear masks indoors in places where COVID-19 cases are rising quickly left some Chicago-area businesses wondering whether they would soon be back in the position of asking customers to mask up.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 30, 2021

Mid-century Glencoe home designed by Keck & Keck listed for $750,000
A three-bedroom, one-story mid-century modern-style house in Glencoe that was designed by the firm Keck & Keck was listed on July 28 for $750,000.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 30, 2021

Illinois' unemployment agency has another fraud problem: Thieves ‘hijacking' people's payments
Here's another variation on the fraud entangling the Illinois Department of Employment Security: account hijacking, in which people's jobless benefits are being rerouted to someone else's bank.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 30, 2021

Lollapalooza's contract with Chicago is set to expire. Will it be renewed?
So far, there has been no public talk of relocating one of the world's largest music festivals from its iconic downtown Chicago location.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 30, 2021

After ‘pandemic pups,' local veterinary clinics are overwhelmed and overbooked
Some clinics estimate they are up to 75% busier than they were before the pandemic.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 29, 2021

Illinois announces winners of 55 marijuana store licenses — but judge delays awarding them amid lawsuit challenging process
The state of Illinois on Thursday published the list of winners of 55 new marijuana retail store licenses — though a judge has ordered that the licenses can't be awarded until he rules on a lawsuit challenging to the process.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 29, 2021

Chicago reaches $1.1 million in settlements with Mondelez and a Burger King franchisee for violations of city's paid sick leave ordinance
The city of Chicago reached settlements worth more than $1.1 million with Mondelez and a Burger King franchisee for alleged violations of its paid sick leave ordinance.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 29, 2021

Robinhood CEO tells AP it's eyeing expansion beyond trading
Robinhood has already changed how people trade stocks and who's doing it. Now its sights are on the rest of the financial industry.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 29, 2021

Chicago clinics serving low-income patients mandate COVID-19 vaccines for employees, following lead of big hospitals
At least four chains of Chicago community health centers, which collectively serve about 80,000 low-income patients, will require their workers to get COVID-19 vaccines, they announced Thursday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 29, 2021

Chicago weed shops stock up for Lollapalooza: ‘Cannabis and music festivals go as far back as Woodstock'
Chicago cannabis dispensaries are stocking up for an expected major sales boost during the four-day Lollapalooza music festival this week in Grant Park, the first since recreational marijuana was legalized in Illinois.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 29, 2021

Closest marijuana shop to Lollapalooza
Sunnyside dispensary on North Clark Street in River North is the closest marijuana shop to the Lollapalooza music festival.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 29, 2021

Florsheim mansion on the Gold Coast sells for $1.25M
The 11-room Florsheim mansion on the Gold Coast, which was designed by architect Andrew N. Rebori and later modified by architect Bertrand Goldberg, sold on Wednesday for $1.25 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 29, 2021

Ride-share prices are rising. Will they ever go back down?
Rising ride-share prices have left many riders wondering: when will prices go back down?

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 29, 2021

Rideshare prices are rising. Will they ever go back down?
Rising rideshare prices have left many riders wondering: when will prices go back down?

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2021

‘This is not a bluff': Exelon moves to shut down 2 nuclear power plants in Illinois as parent company of scandal-plagued ComEd seeks more state subsidies
As clean energy bill talks stall, both Exelon and some lawmakers claim they're trying to protect jobs at the plants.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2021

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell downplays delta variant's threat to the economy
The spread of the COVID-19 delta variant is raising infections, leading some companies and governments to require vaccinations and raising concerns about the U.S. economic recovery.But on Wednesday, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell injected a note of reassurance, suggesting that the delta variant poses little threat to the economy, at least so far.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2021

626 groups now qualify for upcoming lottery to win marijuana store licenses in Illinois after applications are rescored
The number of applicants qualified for the upcoming lottery for new marijuana store licenses in Illinois jumped to 626 as a result of a rescoring of their applications and lowering the qualifying score, officials announced.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2021

American Airlines crews say lodging is lacking on the road
Passengers on American Airlines has been dogged by flight delays this summer, and now flight attendants and pilots say the airline is failing to secure hotel rooms, sometimes forcing employees to sleep in airports.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2021

Metra awards contract to build new station in Auburn Gresham community
The Metra board of directors has approved a $28.2 million contract to build the new Auburn Park Station on the Rock Island Line in the Auburn Gresham community on the South Side of Chicago.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2021

Tech company that proposed smart device manufacturing in Gary defaults on $2.5M purchase of convention center
Akyumen Industries Corp., the company that wanted to bring smart device manufacturing to Gary, defaulted on the purchase of the Genesis Convention Center, according to city officials.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2021

Google delays workers' return to office, mandates vaccines
Google is postponing a return to the office for most workers until mid-October and rolling out a policy that will eventually require everyone to be vaccinated once its sprawling campuses are fully reopened in an attempt to fight the spreading Delta variant.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2021

McDonald's aims to reopen nearly all US restaurant dining rooms by Labor Day as hiring struggles improve
McDonald's expects to have nearly all of its roughly 14,000 U.S. restaurants open for indoor dining by Labor Day, barring a resurgence in COVID-19 cases.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2021

Theaster Gates is transforming a neighborhood on Chicago's South Side one project at a time. Next up? The $4.5M Kenwood Gardens.
Theaster Gates has spent years cultivating the Grand Crossing neighborhood with development and projects to beautify and connect the community with the arts. He's hoping all his plans will come together in activation by 2025.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2021

Illinois warns patients who got mammograms at Hoffman Estates business to get second opinions, after problems
The Illinois Emergency Management Agency is sounding the alarm about a Hoffman Estates imaging facility, urging patients who got mammograms there to get second opinions.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 28, 2021

Boeing, for first time since 2019, has a profitable quarter
Boeing reported its first quarterly profit since 2019 and revenue topped expectations as the giant aircraft maker tries to dig out from the most difficult stretch in its history.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2021

Lawsuit that challenged marijuana licensing process in Illinois is dropped, clearing way for lottery
Sozo Illinois dropped its lawsuit challenging the cannabis business licensing process in Illinois, clearing the way for lotteries to award the licenses beginning Thursday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2021

$15 wage becoming a norm as employers struggle to fill jobs
It is hardly the official federal minimum wage — at $7.25, that level hasn't been raised since 2009 — but for many lower-skilled workers, $15 an hour has increasingly become a reality. Now, many staffing companies say $15 an hour is the level that many businesses must pay to fill their jobs.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2021

Little Village residents protest opening of Target warehouse they say will create more pollution because of added diesel truck traffic
The warehouse, called Exchange 55, is a symbol of environmental racism in a city where people of color bear the brunt of industry, protesters said.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2021

Do employers have a legal right to mandate COVID-19 shots? Here's what the DOJ and employment lawyers say.
Federal legal guidance out suggests the law is on the side of employers, but employment lawyers believe many businesses will want to meet hesitant workers half-way.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2021

Kirkland & Ellis eyes massive office lease at 60-story Salesforce Tower, which will open in early 2023
If the law firm completes the deal, it will be one of the largest office leases in downtown Chicago in decades.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2021

Unprecedented passport application delays stifle Chicago-area travelers. ‘How many times do they have to keep postponing their honeymoon?'
Millions nationwide have passport applications or renewals caught in limbo by increasingly lengthy processing delays.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2021

Amazon's planned third facility in Waukegan will increase payroll to 1,000 in city
Late this year, Amazon plans to open a 500,000-square-foot sortation center at 3940 Lakeside Drive, where workers will help improve the efficiency of delivering goods to customers.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2021

Mike Tyson's former Maryland estate sells for $4.58M
A Bethesda, MD, home that once belonged to Mike Tyson has sold, according to the Baltimore Business Journal. The deal closed for $4,575,000 on July 20.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2021

Daytime talk show ‘Tamron Hall' to replace ‘Windy City Live' on ABC-7
The move make sense since the talk show, produced by Walt Disney Television, and Channel 7 share a parent company.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2021

Former Chicago Bull Jabari Parker sells Fulton River District town home for $1.6 million
Former Chicago Bulls forward Jabari Parker sold his three-bedroom town home in the Fulton River District's Kinzie Park development on Monday for $1.6 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2021

Gym memberships are growing again as vaccines roll out, but not everyone is rushing back to work out
As vaccinations continue to roll out and with the mask mandate lifted, a number of gyms are seeing an influx of new and returning members. But not every gym is bouncing back.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 27, 2021

U.S. News ranks Northwestern, Rush hospitals among top 20 in the country
Chicago can again count two of its hospitals — Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Rush University Medical Center — among the top 20 in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report rankings released Tuesday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2021

ABC Chicago's ‘Windy City Live' daytime talk show to end in September
Hosted by Val Warner and Ryan Chiaverini, the show was created to fill the slot previously occupied by Oprah Winfrey's Chicago-based talk show. No word yet on what will replace it.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2021

About 200 nurses at Community First hospital in Portage Park go on strike
About 200 nurses at Community First Medical Center in Portage Park went on strike Monday, citing safe staffing as a top concern.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2021

Rush mandating COVID-19 vaccines for workers, amid growing calls for hospitals to require shots
Rush University Medical Center is mandating COVID-19 vaccines for its workers, joining at least a handful of other Chicago area hospitals that are also requiring the shots.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 26, 2021

Illinois could soon have a new affordable housing incentive — and it could work, both developers and advocates say
A new incentive designed to boost affordable housing is poised to become law, and both developers and affordable advocates say it could be a key piece of the housing puzzle.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 23, 2021

EV startup Rivian seeks second assembly plant as it closes another $2.5 billion funding round
Rivian, which pushed the production launch of its Illinois-built electric truck back to September, is already scouting locations for a second assembly plant down the road.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 23, 2021

Lou Malnati's is moving its headquarters to Buffalo Grove
Chicago pizza chain Lou Malnati's is moving its headquarters into a new facility in Buffalo Grove that will also house production and shipping for its mail-order pizza business.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 23, 2021

‘Windy City Rehab' home where work was ordered to be stopped sells for $1.5 million
The building at 1924 W. Berenice, a two-flat that was converted on the show to single family home, was initially put on the market in July 2020.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 23, 2021

EV startup Rivian seeking second assembly plant, but Normal remains at the center of production plans
Rivian, which pushed the production launch of its Illinois-built electric truck back to September, is already scouting locations for a second assembly plant down the road.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 23, 2021

Highland Park mansion that once had a $12 million price tag sells for $1.5 million
A six-bedroom, 7,204-square-foot Spanish Colonial Revival-style mansion in Highland Park that once had a $12 million price tag sold on July 19 for $1.5 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 23, 2021

Wide availability of delta-8-THC — ‘weed light' — is prompting struggle over how to regulate it
Lawmakers in Illinois are proposing a law that would require lab testing and labeling for any product containing delta-8-THC -- a hemp-based substance also know as "weed light."

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 22, 2021

CBS 2 Chicago general manager out after six-month investigation into hostile culture at network-owned TV stations
CBS 2 Chicago general manager Derek Dalton was ousted following a six-month investigation into an allegedly hostile organization and culture at CBS-owned TV stations.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 22, 2021

New Illinois laws make it easier to get birth control and extend telehealth coverage beyond COVID-19 pandemic
A new Illinois laws make it easier to get birth control and extend telehealth coverage beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 22, 2021

McDonald's beefs up commitment to minority-owned suppliers
McDonald's is pledging to increase purchases from diverse-owned suppliers, raising it to 25% of annual spending across the fast food chain by 2025.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 22, 2021

Offices divided? As workers return, some businesses will treat the unvaccinated differently
As companies across the Chicago area welcome workers back to offices, they're often quietly labeling them as either vaccinated or unvaccinated, with different treatment for each group. It's a delicate issue — given many people's strong feelings about vaccination — that companies are handling differently.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 22, 2021

Amazon's mission: Getting a ‘key' to your apartment building
Amazon is tired of ringing doorbells. The online shopping giant is pushing landlords around the country — sometimes with financial incentives — to give its drivers the ability to unlock apartment-building doors themselves with a mobile device.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 22, 2021

Alderman seeks crackdown on Chicago pedicabs, citing ‘illegal street curb parties' and ‘chaos and mayhem'
The law would ban pedicabs after 6 p.m. in part of River North.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 22, 2021

New Illinois law will allow women to get birth control directly from pharmacists, without first visiting doctors
Women in Illinois will soon be able to get hormonal birth control directly from pharmacists, without first visiting doctors, under a bill signed into law Thursday by Gov. J.B. Pritzker.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 22, 2021

Mercedes sketches out all-electric scenario by decade's end
Daimler AG's luxury car brand Mercedes-Benz says it is stepping up its transition to electric cars, doubling the planned share of sales by 2025 and sketching out a market scenario in which new car sales would "in essence" be fully electric by the end of the decade.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 22, 2021

US jobless claims rise to 419,000 from a pandemic low
The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits rose last week from the lowest point of the pandemic, even as the job market appears to be rebounding on the strength of a reopened economy.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 22, 2021

Southwest, American post 2nd quarter profits as air travel picks up
American Airlines and Southwest Airlines both posted second-quarter profits on Thursday thanks to generous federal pandemic relief that covers most of their labor costs.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 22, 2021

South Side ‘mega-development' to bring tens of thousands of jobs to former site of Michael Reese Hospital
The plan will bring "billions" in economic development to the community, an alderman said.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 21, 2021

‘Mega-development' for the South Side: Plans for former Michael Reese Hospital land get nod from Chicago City Council
The plan will bring "billions" in economic development to the community, an alderman said.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 21, 2021

Scabby, the Chicago-born giant inflatable protest rat, spared by National Labor Relations Board
Scabby, the giant inflatable protest rat threatened with extermination, has been spared by the National Labor Relations Board.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 21, 2021

Sports betting at Chicago arenas, ballparks and planned casino could become legal under ordinance proposed Wednesday
Sports gambling would be allowed at venues including Wrigley Field and Soldier Field under the proposed measure.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 21, 2021

Back-to-school shopping starts early as families deal with longer supply lists, fears some items could be out of stock
Back-to-school sales are expected to hit $32.5 billion nationwide, the strongest they've been in at least five years, according to an annual survey by Deloitte. Families who skipped buying items last year when kids attended school remotely are stocking up again for a return to the classroom.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 21, 2021

University of Illinois health system to require workers to get vaccinated
UI Health, which includes University of Illinois Hospital on the city's West Side, will require its employees to get COVID-19 vaccines, the system announced Wednesday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 21, 2021

Aldermen keep cherished ward-level power over business signs in compromise after blocking Lightfoot attempt to strip it
The mayor's plan turned into a fight over aldermanic prerogative, the tradition of aldermen largely controlling their wards.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 21, 2021

Stellantis CEO expects chip shortage to drag into next year
The leader of the world's fourth-largest automaker expects a global computer chip shortage that has cut vehicle production to last into next year.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 21, 2021

Air travel getting ‘stronger and stronger' despite growing concerns about COVID-19 delta variant, United CEO says
Air travel continues to pick up despite growing concern that spread of the COVID-19 delta variant could prompt a return to coronavirus restrictions, United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby said Wednesday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 21, 2021

A small victory: Used-car prices slip from dizzy heights
The seemingly endless streak of skyrocketing used-vehicle prices appears to be coming to a close.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 21, 2021

Agency eyes ‘right-to-repair' rules to aid consumers, shops
Americans would be freer to repair their broken cellphones, computers, videogame consoles and even tractors themselves or to use independent repair shops under changes being eyed by federal regulators that target manufacturer restrictions.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 21, 2021

Netflix confirms move into video games as its growth slows
Netflix reported its worst slowdown in subscriber growth in eight years as people emerge from their pandemic cocoons. So it's adding a new attraction to its marquee: Video games.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 21, 2021

Ford, Argo AI to deploy autonomous vehicles on Lyft network
Ford Motor Co. and a self-driving vehicle company it partly owns will join with the Lyft ride-hailing service to offer autonomous rides on the Lyft network.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 21, 2021

Aldermen would keep cherished ward-level power over business signs in compromise deal after they blocked Lightfoot attempt to strip it
The mayor's plan turned into a fight over aldermanic prerogative, the tradition of aldermen largely controlling their wards.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 21, 2021

Will a proposed compromise on sign and sidewalk permits strip Chicago aldermen of power over business in their wards?
The mayor's plan turned into a fight over aldermanic prerogative, the tradition of aldermen largely controlling their wards.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 21, 2021

Gym memberships increase as vaccines roll out
As vaccinations continue to roll out and with the mask mandate lifted, a number of gyms are seeing an influx of new and returning members.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 21, 2021

Former U. of I. head football coach Ron Turner sells Near North Side condo for $780,000
Former University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign head football coach Ron Turner and his wife, Wendy, sold their two-bedroom, 1,555-square-foot condominium in the Pinnacle building on the Near North Side for $780,000.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 21, 2021

Ulta to open shops in seven Chicago-area Target stores in August
Ulta Beauty is opening scaled-down beauty shops in more than 100 Target stores, including seven in the Chicago area, starting in August.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 20, 2021

Lawsuit by Michigan-based company seeks to stop lotteries for new Illinois marijuana store licenses
A Michigan-based cannabis company has filed suit challenging Illinois' new law to award 185 long-awaited additional marijuana retail licenses, which could delay a license lottery set to begin July 29.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 20, 2021

Foxtrot set to open 50 stores in two years
Chicago-based upscale convenience store startup Foxtrot is doubling down on its expansion with plans to open 50 new stores within the next two years.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 20, 2021

Rivian pushes production launch back to September as startup EV truck maker grapples with chip shortage
Rivian, the startup EV truck maker, pushed its production launch back to September, in part because of the chip shortage roiling the auto industry.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 20, 2021

Amazon to end testing for COVID-19 at warehouses this month
Amazon will stop testing workers for COVID-19 at its warehouses at the end of this month, citing the availability of vaccines and free testing.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 20, 2021

Chicago families to spend $1 billion on back-to-school items as return to in-person classes means longer shopping lists
Back-to-school sales are expected to hit $32.5 billion nationwide, the strongest they've been in at least five years, according to an annual survey by Deloitte. Families who skipped buying items last year when kids attended school remotely are stocking up again for a return to the classroom.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 20, 2021

Chicago families to spend $1B on back-to-school items as return to in-person classes means longer shopping lists
Back-to-school sales are expected to hit $32.5 billion nationwide, the strongest they've been in at least five years, according to an annual survey by Deloitte. Families who skipped buying items last year when kids attended school remotely are stocking up again for a return to the classroom.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 20, 2021

Foxtrot accelerates expansion to open 50 stores in two years, including some in the Loop
Chicago-based upscale convenience store startup Foxtrot is doubling down on its expansion with plans to open 50 new stores within the next two years.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 20, 2021

Foxtrot accelerates expansion with plans for stores in the Loop next year
Chicago-based upscale convenience store startup Foxtrot is doubling down on its expansion with plans to open 50 new stores within the next two years.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 19, 2021

Stocks skid as virus fears shake markets; Dow falls 2.1%
Resurgent pandemic worries knocked stocks lower from Wall Street to Tokyo on Monday, fueled by fears that a faster-spreading variant of the virus may upend the economy's strong recovery.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 19, 2021

Ryan Dempster buys 6-bedroom Wilmette home for $2M, then places it back on the market days later
Retired Chicago Cubs starting pitcher and Marquee Sports Network analyst Ryan Dempster paid $2.125 million to buy a six-bedroom French Provincial-style mansion in Wilmette from former Crate & Barrel CEO Sascha Bopp. Dempster then had a change of heart and placed the home back on the market for $2.2 million just a few days later.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 19, 2021

Pandemic recession ended in April, shortest on record
The recession that broke out with onset of the coronavirus pandemic officially ended in April, making it the shortest downturn on record, according to the committee of economists that determines when recessions begin and end.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 19, 2021

What's next for newspapers as COVID news cycle fades
The coronavirus pandemic, a high-stakes U.S. election and a racial reckoning expanded news audiences for many newspapers and TV news channels in 2020. But it was terrible for the newspaper industry's finances, and the overall contraction of the industry is likely to continue in 2021.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 19, 2021

Fat Rice to reopen as NoodleBird more than a year after closing amid accusations of racism
Former Fat Rice owners Abe Conlon and Adrienne Lo will open NoodleBird in their previous restaurant's Logan Square space in August in Chicago.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 19, 2021

Travel stocks slump, with airlines, cruises, hotels tumble
Air travel in the United States hit another pandemic-era record over the weekend as vacationers jammed airports, but shares of airlines, cruise lines, hotels and almost anything else related to travel tumbled Monday on growing concerns about highly contagious variants of coronavirus.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 19, 2021

Portillo's, known for hot dogs and Italian beef sandwiches, plans to go public
Portillo's, the fast casual chain known for hot dogs, Italian beef sandwiches and chocolate cake shakes, plans to go public, the company said Monday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 19, 2021

NewsNation adding legal analyst Dan Abrams to prime-time lineup and launching morning show in September
NewsNation, the struggling Chicago-based cable news network, is expanding beyond prime time and launching a morning show.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 19, 2021

Pandemic relief programs are going away. Here's how you can still get help.
One by one, pandemic relief programs that financially supported millions of Americans are going away.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 16, 2021

Secretary Pete Buttigieg talks CTA Red Line extension
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg visits Chicago, spotlights Red Line South extension in push for Biden infrastructure deal.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 16, 2021

Back to school shopping
Back-to-school sales are expected to hit $32.5 billion nationwide, the strongest they've been in at least five years, according to an annual survey by Deloitte. Families who skipped buying some items last year when many kids attended school remotely are stocking up again while preparing for a return to the classroom in person.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 16, 2021

‘The workforce that's returning is not the same': As employees return to offices, they may bring new addictions with them
As companies in Illinois call workers back to offices, some may face a new challenge: employees who became addicted to drugs or alcohol during the pandemic.

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