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Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 05, 2022

Florida ice cream possible source of listeria outbreak that killed Illinois woman, CDC says
The estate of an Illinois woman who died earlier this year from a listeria infection filed a federal lawsuit against a Florida ice cream company that health officials have connected to a multistate outbreak.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 05, 2022

How to talk to kids about the July 4 Highland Park parade shooting
How to talk to kids about the July 4 Highland Park parade shooting

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 05, 2022

How to talk to kids about the July Fourth Highland Park parade shooting
Experts say it's important to be truthful about what happened.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 05, 2022

Companies could face hurdles covering abortion travel costs
It's not clear if companies will be able to legally cover abortion travel while protecting employees' privacy and keeping them safe from prosecution.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 05, 2022

Many won't rely on virtual options after COVID, according to AP-NORC poll
Close to half or more of U.S. adults say they are not likely to attend virtual activities, receive virtual health care or have groceries delivered.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 05, 2022

Office workers now dash about city on their own e-scooters as use spreads to private developments
By making e-scooters available to tenants, office developers are making it easier for workers to run errands

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 03, 2022

Landmarks: German POWs created a lasting monument to our flag near Thornton, and their barracks remain a focus of America's can-do spirit
It was one of over 500 camps established in the United States that collectively housed more than 400,000 enemy combatants. The majority were captured in 1943 when German General Erwin Rommel's expeditionary forces surrendered after losing battles in North Africa.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 03, 2022

Looking to buy a vacation rental? Thanks to soaring demand, your investment may pay for itself over time
The pandemic altered tourism trends, with many travelers opting to rent vacation homes — especially large homes with lots of amenities.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 01, 2022

Baristas at unionized Edgewater Starbucks go on strike
Workers say they've been raising concerns about understaffing for months.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 01, 2022

Apartment rents in Naperville up 10.4% over last year, giving the city second highest price outside Chicago
Only Wheaton has higher rents than Naperville in the Chicago suburbs.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 01, 2022

Starbucks stores file for union representation
Starbucks stores file for union representation

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 01, 2022

Kohl's sale falls apart in shaky retail environment
It was the second time this week that a major retailer retreated from a potential sale due to worsening economic conditions.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 01, 2022

American offers to boost pilot pay 17% by the end of 2024
CEO Robert Isom said Thursday that the proposal would boost pilot wages at American to the levels detailed in a tentative agreement between Chicago-based United Airlines and its pilots.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 01, 2022

Lawsuits filed days after deadly Missouri Amtrak crash of train bound for Chicago
The first lawsuits have been filed only days after an Amtrak train collision and derailment in rural Missouri that left four people dead and injured up to 150 others.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jul 01, 2022

Soaring inflation, spiking gas prices drive renewed interest in Wisconsin resort communities this summer
Rising gas prices and soaring inflation have rerouted budget-conscious travelers away from far-flung destinations, leading them back to old-timey road trips closer to home.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 30, 2022

Illinois getting nearly 4,500 doses of monkeypox vaccine from national stockpile
Illinois and Chicago are receiving nearly 4,500 doses of a vaccine that can prevent monkeypox

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 30, 2022

Illinois throws its hat into the ring for new federal health research agency
Illinois leaders are making the case that the Chicago area should be home to a new $1 billion federal agency focused on health research.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 30, 2022

One of Frank Lloyd Wright's ‘bootleg houses' in Oak Park sells for $920,000
An Oak Park house that was designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright sold on June 27, 2022, for $920,000.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 30, 2022

Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Poles sells Kansas home for $685,000
Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Poles and his wife, Katie, sold their five-bedroom house in Overland Park, Kan. for $685,000.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 30, 2022

Walgreens earnings slide as number of vaccinations wane
A big opioid settlement and a COVID-19 vaccine slowdown dragged on third-quarter earnings for Walgreens.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 30, 2022

Amazon, Rite Aid cap purchase of emergency contraceptives
Retailers limiting purchases is standard practice that helps retailers prevent stockpiling and reselling at higher prices.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 30, 2022

US newspapers continuing to die at rate of two a week, Northwestern University report shows
The U.S. had 6,377 newspapers at the end of May, down from 8,891 in 2005, according to a report from Northwestern University's Medill School.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 30, 2022

Chicago's minimum wage is increasing July 1. Here's what to know.
The increase comes at a time when many Chicagoans are struggling with the effects of sky-high inflation.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 30, 2022

Could site of a proposed Chicago Bears stadium in Arlington Heights also include a minor-league baseball complex?
The Chicago Bears are making progress toward completing their deal to move to Arlington Heights. One outsider has proposed adding a minor-league baseball complex to the site.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 30, 2022

Could the site of a proposed Chicago Bears stadium in Arlington Heights also include a minor league baseball complex?
The Chicago Bears are making progress toward completing their deal to move to Arlington Heights. One outsider has proposed adding a minor-league baseball complex to the site.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 30, 2022

Could the site of a proposed Chicago Bears stadium in Arlington Heights also include a minor-league baseball complex?
The Chicago Bears are making progress toward completing their deal to move to Arlington Heights. One outsider has proposed adding a minor-league baseball complex to the site.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 29, 2022

Google is reportedly exploring the purchase of the massive James R. Thompson Center
Google is reportedly negotiating to purchase the state-owned James R. Thompson Center downtown.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 29, 2022

Google is reportedly exploring the purchase of the massive Thompson Center
Google is reportedly negotiating to purchase the state-owned James R. Thompson Center downtown.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 29, 2022

People vacation in Wisconsin
From small business owners like Condos to the operators of resorts and water parks with multi-million dollar budgets, pent-up demand from Chicago-area travelers who paused their vacation plans during the first two summers of the COVID-19 pandemic is expected to lead to a stellar summer of 2022 for the Wisconsin tourism industry.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 29, 2022

Amid recent traffic deaths, concrete-protected bike lanes are coming to some Chicago neighborhoods
Plans are underway to boost the number of bike lanes in Chicago protected by a concrete curb.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 29, 2022

Oldest home in Glencoe, built in the mid-1800s, sells for $1.5M
A seven-bedroom mansion in Glencoe that was built in the mid-1800s —making it Glencoe's oldest home — sold for $1.5 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 29, 2022

Walgreens to offer travel benefits for some workers seeking abortions
Walgreens will reimburse many of its workers for travel expenses if they have to venture more than 50 miles for an abortion.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 29, 2022

Niles voters deliver strong ‘yes' to question about redeveloping Golf Mill Shopping Center
Niles voter approved a referendum expressing their interest in redeveloping Golf Mill Shopping Center.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 29, 2022

Some office workers offered electric scooters
Some office workers offered electric scooters

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 29, 2022

How Big Tech could be used to track and prosecute abortions
Location data, text messages, search histories, emails and period and ovulation-tracking apps could be used to prosecute people who seek an abortion as well as those who assist them.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 29, 2022

Bien Trucha's Facebook page was hacked. Two weeks and thousands of dollars later, it's still not fixed.
Chicagoland's Bien Trucha restaurant group has lost thousands of dollars after its Facebook accounts were hacked — and there's no solution in sight.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 28, 2022

Companies are offering travel benefits for employees seeking abortions, but will those efforts be challenged?
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to undo Roe v. Wade has propelled companies into the issue of reproductive freedom.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 28, 2022

Walgreens decides not to sell its massive Boots business
Walgreens Boots Alliance has decided not to sell its huge United Kingdom Boots business, after months of floating the idea.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 28, 2022

Facebook and Instagram remove posts offering abortion pills
Facebook and Instagram have begun promptly removing posts that offer abortion pills to women who may no longer be able to access them.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 28, 2022

Companies scramble to work out policies related to employee abortions
After companies announced they would cover travel expenses for their employees to get abortions, executives have had to move swiftly to sort out the mechanics of those policies.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 27, 2022

‘Seats were coming apart. Bags were going everywhere.' 3 killed, dozens injured in Chicago-bound Amtrak train crash in Missouri
Eight train cars and two locomotives on the Southwest Chief derailed after hitting a dump truck that was blocking a public crossing with no crossing arms near Mendon, Missouri.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 27, 2022

Letter writing campaign: Chicago pitches values over tax rates to CEOs in states facing post-Roe abortion bans
In the wake of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the city of Chicago fired off 300 letters Monday to CEOs in states facing abortion bans, pitching the city as a more welcoming business location.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 27, 2022

Chicago pitches values over tax rates to CEOs in states facing post-Roe abortion bans
In the wake of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the city of Chicago fired off 300 letters Monday to CEOs in states facing abortion bans, pitching the city as a more welcoming business location.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 27, 2022

3 killed, others injured after Chicago-bound Amtrak train collides with dump truck in rural area of Missouri, officials say
There were about 243 passengers on board at the time of the derailment.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 27, 2022

3 killed, others injured after Chicago-bound Amtrak train collides with dump truck in rural area of Missouri, officials say.
There were about 243 passengers on board at the time of the derailment.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 27, 2022

Injuries reported after Amtrak train heading to Chicago from Los Angeles derails in Missouri
There were about 243 passengers on board at the time of the derailment.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 27, 2022

Fed up with Chicago's expensive housing and parking woes? One TikTok user's suggestion: Move to Peoria.
Angelica Ostaszewski's pride for Peoria is infectious. So much so that her TikTok videos about the city have gone viral. Her wish: For more to move to Peoria!

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 27, 2022

Affordable housing, jobs. Will it play in Peoria? Angie O's TikTok channel says it does for the LGBTQ community.
Angelica Ostaszewski's pride for Peoria is infectious. So much so that her TikTok videos about the city have gone viral. Her wish: For more to move to Peoria!

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 27, 2022

Will it play in Peoria? It does on TikTok, thanks to this proud resident
Angelica Ostaszewski's pride for Peoria is infectious. So much so that her TikTok videos about the city have gone viral. Her wish: For more to move to Peoria!

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 27, 2022

NLRB's top prosecutor seeks big changes, faces uphill battle
As workers at major companies increasingly move to unionize, the political environment for labor couldn't be more ripe.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 27, 2022

Billionaire who paid $24 million for Winnetka acreage is also acquiring real estate in Chicago
Justin Ishbia, the billionaire investor who paid $24 million for three Winnetka parcels, is also buying real estate in Chicago

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 27, 2022

Landmarks: ‘Copi' rebrand hopes to harness our tendency to overfish to solve an invasive problem
Calumet Fisheries, at 95th Street and the Calumet River, is one of the first places to serve up copi as part of the rebranding.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 24, 2022

Vacation homes
Demand for vacation homes remains high in Union Pier, Michigan.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 24, 2022

Bally's hoping to file Chicago casino application with state this month; odds may be against June 2023 opening
Bally's may be falling behind on an ambitious regulatory timeline for casino development.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 24, 2022

Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, allowing states to ban abortions
The Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, ending constitutional protections for abortion that had been in place nearly 50 years in a decision by its conservative majority.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 24, 2022

South Side aldermen slam grocery companies for shuttered stores, call for hearing on food insecurity
"The city of Chicago needs to have a consistent policy to handle this, and it does not," said Ald. Raymond Lopez.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 23, 2022

Family of woman killed in Metra crash files wrongful death lawsuit against Metra and BNSF
Christina Lopez was ejected from a train when it struck a truck that was stuck on the tracks at Prospect Avenue in Clarendon Hills.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 23, 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
Jun 23, 2022

Yelp closes Chicago office and two others, saying remote work is its future
Yelp co-founder and CEO Jeremy Stoppelman said the company will close its offices in New York, Washington and Chicago on July 29.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 23, 2022

Ken Griffin's announcement about Citadel's move comes at a curious time politically for the billionaire
Illinois GOP voters will vote on Tuesday on some or all members of a slate of Republican candidates Griffin has funded up to $50 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 23, 2022

Average long-term US mortgage rates inch up to 5.81%
The 30-year rate ticked up to 5.81% this week, from last week's 5.78%.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 23, 2022

Gas prices sting US workers who depend on their cars
Millions of Americans who rely on their cars for work are changing their habits, signing up for carpools or even ditching their cars for bicycles.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 23, 2022

Fewer Americans file for jobless aid as job market remains robust
Fewer Americans applied for jobless benefits last week as the U.S. job market remains robust despite four-decade high inflation.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 23, 2022

FDA bans Juul e-cigarettes tied to teen vaping surge
Federal health officials on Thursday ordered Juul to pull its electronic cigarettes from the U.S. market.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 23, 2022

Ken Griffin moving hedge fund headquarters from Chicago to Miami
Billionaire hedge fund manager Ken Griffin is moving his company's headquarters from Chicago to Miami.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 22, 2022

Former Chicago Bears quarterback Nick Foles sells Glencoe mansion for $3M
Former Chicago Bears quarterback Nick Foles, who now plays for the Indianapolis Colts, sold his Glencoe mansion for $3 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 22, 2022

Glenview Village Board approves annexing Allstate land for redevelopment
The Glenview Village Board of Trustees on June 21 agreed with the City of Prospect Heights to proceed with the annexation of Allstate Insurance Company headquarters property to Glenview.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 22, 2022

Teamsters strike at Cicero alcohol distributor continues into second week
Delivery drivers for Breakthru Beverage say the company hasn't addressed their concerns about workplace safety issues.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 22, 2022

Mayor Lori Lightfoot after allies block vote to limit Chicago speed camera tickets: ‘No one likes speed cameras. I get it. But this is life or death.'
The proposal would raise the minimum for speeding tickets from 6 mph over to 10.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 22, 2022

Construction begins on long-planned Metra station in Auburn Gresham
The new station will fill a gap along the Rock Island line between existing stations at 87th Street and 35th Street

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 22, 2022

Labor agency seeks broad order against Starbucks in federal court
National Labor Relations Board officials accused Starbucks of firing and disciplining union supporters and intimidating and threatening workers to discourage them from voting for the union.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 22, 2022

Biden calls on Congress for 3-month suspension of federal gas and diesel taxes
President Joe Biden on Wednesday called on Congress to suspend federal gasoline and diesel taxes for three months.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 22, 2022

Mayor Lori Lightfoot allies block vote to change Chicago's speed camera ticket threshold
The proposal would raise the minimum for speeding tickets from 6 mph over to 10.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 22, 2022

Federal Reserve chair aiming to avoid recession amid inflation fight
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell sought Wednesday to reassure the public that the Fed will raise interest rates high and fast enough to quell inflation.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 22, 2022

Walmart expands health services to address racial inequality
Walmart is expanding health care coverage for employees who want to enlist the services of a doula in Louisiana, Indiana and Illinois.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 22, 2022

US importing baby formula from Mexico to ease shortage
The Biden administration is importing the equivalent of about 16 million 8-ounce baby formula bottles from Mexico starting this weekend.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 22, 2022

‘Groundhog Day' at IRS: Returns pile up, phone delays worsen
After digging out of a daunting backlog from 2021, the agency has an even bigger backup for this tax season than it did a year ago.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 22, 2022

Biden to call for 3-month suspension of gas and diesel taxes
The move, meant to ease financial pressures at the pump, also reveals the political toxicity of high gas prices in an election year.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 21, 2022

Chicago aldermen back higher minimum for speed camera tickets. Mayor Lori Lightfoot calls that ‘unconscionable' as it heads to full council vote.
The City Council Finance Committee voted 16-15 to advance mayoral critic Ald. Anthony Beale's proposal to reset the speed camera ticket and raise the ticket threshold to 10 mph over the speed limit, as it used to be.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 21, 2022

Chicago might roll back its speed camera ticket minimum of 6 mph over the limit. Mayor Lori Lightfoot called that ‘unconscionable.'
Lightfoot lowered the threshold from 10 mph over, saying it was to improve safety. It's also raked in tens of millions of dollars in fines.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 21, 2022

Abbott Laboratories opening office in Willis Tower
Abbott Laboratories plans to open a new office in the Willis Tower. The leased space will accommodate as many as 450 workers.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 21, 2022

Federal Reserve chair facing rising criticism for inflation missteps
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell won praise for his deft leadership during the pandemic recession. But as inflation persists, he has increasingly struck Fed watchers as much less sure-footed.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 21, 2022

Actress Yaya DaCosta, who was on NBC's ‘Chicago Med,' lists Near West Side condo for $1.3M
Actress Yaya DaCosta on Monday placed her three-bedroom, 2,200-square-foot condo on the Near West Side on the market for $1.3 million

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 21, 2022

1st Native American US treasurer to be appointed, head Mint
The White House on Tuesday announced President Joe Biden's intent to appoint Marilynn "Lynn" Malerba.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 21, 2022

Luxury market seen as growing in 2022 despite inflation, war
The global luxury market remains set for growth, largely due to the continued resiliency of the world's wealthiest people.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 21, 2022

US charitable giving hit record in 2021 but inflation looms
Charitable giving in the United States reached a record $485 billion in 2021, though the increase did not keep pace with inflation.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 21, 2022

Home sales slow again as mortgage rates climb
Sales of previously occupied U.S. homes slowed for the fourth consecutive month in May as climbing mortgage rates and prices discouraged buyers.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 21, 2022

Kellogg Co. will split into three companies, with snack headquarters in Chicago
Kellogg Company will spin itself off into three separate companies focused on cereal, plant-based foods and snacks.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 21, 2022

Chicago speed cameras issue tickets at 6 mph over the limit. A vote today could mean the rollback of Mayor Lori Lightfoot's policy change.
Lightfoot lowered the threshold from 10 mph over, saying it was to improve safety. It's also raked in tens of millions of dollars in fines.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 20, 2022

Auburn Gresham Aldi is latest South Side grocery store to be shuttered
The company closed a store in West Garfield Park last year.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 20, 2022

‘We've been waiting for this day.' COVID-19 shots for Illinois' youngest residents begin.
On Monday, some Illinois providers began giving the first COVID-19 vaccines to children under the age of 5.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 20, 2022

Chicago-based snack food giant Mondelez, maker of Oreo and Ritz, will acquire Clif Bar & Company for $2.9 billion
Mondelez International said Monday it has agreed to acquire Clif Bar & Co.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 20, 2022

Maine oyster production booms thanks to growing number of shellfish farms
Maine is producing more oysters than ever due to a growing number of shellfish farms that have launched off its coast in recent years.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 20, 2022

Craftsman-style bungalow in Riverside sells for $580,000
A four-bedroom, 3,000-square-foot Craftsman-style bungalow in Riverside that dates to 1909 sold in late April for $580,000.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 20, 2022

How much for gas? Around the world, pain is felt at the pump
Across the globe, drivers are rethinking their habits amid skyrocketing gasoline prices, fueled by Russia's war in Ukraine and the pandemic.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 20, 2022

5-bedroom Peterson Park home sells for $1.1M
The home was designed by architect David Saul Klafter.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 19, 2022

Condo Adviser: Condo associations can rent portions of common areas to generate extra revenue
There is no limit on the amount of extra income a not-for-profit condominium association can generate.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 18, 2022

Bitcoin drops below $20,000 as crypto selloff quickens
Bitcoin, the most popular cryptocurrency, fell below the psychologically important threshold, dropping as much as 9% to less than $19,000, according to CoinDesk.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 17, 2022

Chicago has a new marketing campaign, telling visitors ‘When You Go You Know'
As visitors to Chicago remain well below pre-pandemic levels, the city's official tourism arm is rolling out a new marketing campaign.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jun 17, 2022

Chicago casino developer makes $40 million ‘down payment' as promised, but it's a small dent in the city's pension bills
Some critics have questioned whether the casino will generate the amount of revenue touted by the city.

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