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Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 21, 2022

Stocks extend losses for third week; Netflix plunges
Stocks fell in morning trading on Wall Street Friday as every major index heads for another weekly loss amid rising inflation and an expected increase in interest rates. Streaming video service Netflix plunged 24.5% after it delivered another quarter of disappointing subscriber growth.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 21, 2022

Mars gives M&M's a makeover to promote inclusivity
The company said that it will provide a modern take on the appearances of its six characters — which Mars calls "lentils" — and give them more nuanced personalities. The lentils, which are featured in red, green, orange, yellow, brown and blue, will also come in different shapes and sizes.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 21, 2022

Stocks fall, head for another weekly loss; Netflix plunges
Stocks fell in morning trading on Wall Street Friday as every major index heads for another weekly loss amid rising inflation and an expected increase in interest rates. Streaming video service Netflix plunged 24.5% after it delivered another quarter of disappointing subscriber growth.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 21, 2022

Report: Peloton pauses production on bikes, treadmills
Peloton's shares tumbled on Thursday after a media report said the exercise and treadmill company was temporarily halting production of its connected fitness products amid waning consumer demand.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 20, 2022

35-acre horse farm, one of the largest remaining privately owned estates in Wheaton, could be sold
The Bolger family has asked area homebuilders for bids to develop the property.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 20, 2022

Chicago's top doctor ‘hopeful' COVID-19 vaccine mandate for restaurants and public venues will end by spring
Chicago's indoor vaccination requirement will be lifted once the COVID-19 spread declines substantially, the city's top health official said.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 20, 2022

US jobless claims rise to 286,000, highest since October
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits rose to the highest level in three months as the fast-spreading omicron variant continued to disrupt the job market.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 20, 2022

United posts $646 million loss, omicron casts shadow over 1Q
The Chicago-based airline said fourth quarter losses could bleed into the first quarter of 2022, amid the current spike in COVID-19 cases.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 19, 2022

Top editorial staff leaving A.V. Club entertainment site after refusing to relocate from Chicago to new offices in LA
Top editorial staff at the Chicago-based A.V. Club, a sister publication to The Onion, are leaving the entertainment website en masse after refusing a mandatory relocation to new offices in Los Angeles.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 19, 2022

Path cleared for 2023 Waukegan cannabis dispensary opening; spending sales tax revenue on ‘racial inequalities' remains at issue
The City Council voted 8-1 during a virtual meeting Tuesday to approve a conditional use permit for World of Weed, Inc., to operate its dispensary on Waukegan Road near the Fountain Square shopping center, giving the business what it needs to begin readying its building.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 19, 2022

Plan to open cannabis growing facility in Elgin industrial plan headed to city council for final OK
Flora Group, a cannabis craft grower that wants to open Elgin's first pot production facility, has won the recommendation of the city's Planning and Zoning Commission.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 19, 2022

Starbucks nixes vaccine mandate after Supreme Court ruling
The Seattle coffee giant is dumping its vaccination requirement for employees, citing last week's ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, which rejected the Biden administration's plan to require vaccines or regular COVID testing at companies with more than 100 workers.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 19, 2022

Under strain, UChicago Medicine Ingalls hospital gets medical workers from federal government
The workers arrived at the hospital Monday

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 19, 2022

Microsoft's Activision buy could shake up gaming
What does Microsoft-Activision deal really mean for the millions of people who play video games, either on consoles or their phones?

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 19, 2022

Jackpot: Bipartisan legislation proposed for long-desired Lake convention center finds home adjacent to casino Gary jackpot
The bill calls for the creation of the Lake County convention and entertainment district along with a Lake County convention and entertainment fund to be administered by the Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 19, 2022

Inflation hits 7.5% in Midwest; surging consumer prices ‘disastrous'
Economists see more trouble ahead as we enter the third year of a pandemic.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 18, 2022

WBEZ parent moving forward with Sun-Times acquisition, forming joint nonprofit newsroom
The Chicago Public Media board voted Tuesday to move forward with its acquisition of the Chicago Sun-Times, joining the daily newspaper with WBEZ-FM 91.5 as one nonprofit newsroom.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 18, 2022

COVID-19 pandemic worsens hiring woes at Illinois schools, with 88% of districts reporting teacher shortages in new survey
Nearly 90% of Illinois school districts statewide are struggling with an alarming teacher shortage that has reached a crisis level during the COVID-19 pandemic, officials with an organization of regional superintendents said Tuesday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 18, 2022

City of Naperville poised to make a tax killing from 2021 car sales despite few cars being sold
Naperville is on track to receive more than $10.3 million in tax revenue from vehicle sales in 2021 because of the rising cost of cars.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 18, 2022

Allstate buys 29 N. Wacker building in Chicago, could move HQ there after selling Northbrook campus
Less than two months after reaching a deal to sell its longtime Northbrook campus, Allstate has purchased an office building in Chicago's Loop, which may serve as its new headquarters.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 18, 2022

Expansion planned at Delnor Hospital's Cancer Center in Geneva
The Geneva Planning and Zoning Commission has unanimously recommended site plan approval for an expansion of Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital's Cancer Center in Geneva.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 18, 2022

Ford, ADT form venture to make vehicle security products
The first product, called Canopy, is a system that uses cameras, radar, global positioning and artificial intelligence to spot a potential thief and notify the security firm.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 18, 2022

Frontier Airlines to begin flying out of Chicago's Midway Airport in April
Frontier used to fly out of Midway Airport, but left in early 2015 to consolidate operations at O'Hare

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 18, 2022

AT&T says it will delay some 5G after airlines raise alarms
AT&T will postpone new wireless service near some airports planned for this week after the nation's largest airlines said the service would interfere with aircraft technology and cause massive flight disruptions.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 18, 2022

AT&T, Verizon pause some new 5G after airlines raise alarm
AT&T will postpone new wireless service near some airports planned for this week after the nation's largest airlines said the service would interfere with aircraft technology and cause massive flight disruptions.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 18, 2022

Microsoft buys Activision Blizzard, maker of Call of Duty and World of Warcraft, for $68.7 billion
The all-cash deal will let Microsoft accelerate mobile gaming and provide building blocks for the metaverse, or a virtual environment.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 18, 2022

Microsoft buys Activision Blizzard, maker of ‘Call of Duty' and ‘World of Warcraft,' for $68.7 billion
The all-cash deal will let Microsoft accelerate mobile gaming and provide building blocks for the metaverse, or a virtual environment.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 18, 2022

Oak Park Village Board OKs converting basements, attics, into separate dwelling units
Oak Park's Village Board voted to allow residents to create accessory dwelling units, or separate units in their basements or attics.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 18, 2022

New law allows donation of unused medication in Illinois. But it could take some time to get started.
A new law that takes effect Jan. 1 will allow donations of unused medication for other patients to use.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 18, 2022

Launching websites, loan applications: How FoodLab Chicago helps South Side restaurants weather pandemic
FoodLab Chicago is a nonprofit helping South Side restaurants shift to online ordering and takeout or in applying for the Paycheck Protection Program.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 17, 2022

Lawsuit against Amazon filed in connection with December tornado that left 6 dead at downstate warehouse
Independent contractor Austin McEwen, 26, and others were required to work in conditions that management knew were unsafe, law firm alleges.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 17, 2022

Lake Geneva mansion owned by late investment manager Richard Driehaus sells for $36M, a Wisconsin state record
The estate was built in 1906 for noted banker and philanthropist Norman Wait Harris, whose firm was later known as Harris Bank.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 15, 2022

Health care inequities add to frustration as hospitals face fifth COVID surge
The struggles of safety-net hospitals during the fifth COVID-19 surge reflect long-standing inequities in Chicago's health care community.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2022

Former Blackhawk Olli Maatta takes loss on Near East Side condo
The condo has two bathrooms and a kitchen with bamboo floors

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2022

Vivid Seats moving headquarters to offices above historic Marshall Field building on State Street
Chicago-based online ticket broker Vivid Seats is moving its headquarters to the historic Marshall Field building in converted office space above Macy's flagship State Street store

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2022

Netflix upping US, Canada prices with competition growing
Netflix is raising prices for its video streaming customers in the U.S. and Canada, less than a year and a half since its last price increase, as competition from other streaming services increases.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2022

Bank profits soared in 2021, but inflation is front of mind
Three of the nation's biggest banks reported blowout profits for 2021 on Friday, helped by the improving economy and consumers and businesses willing to spend and take on loans.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2022

December retail sales slip after a record holiday season
Americans overlooked shortages, spiking prices and uncertainty over the omicron variant to break spending records during the critical holiday shopping season, but figures released Friday show that spending is starting to slow.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2022

Chicago's competitive online grocery scene to get another player with California-based startup Farmstead
Farmstead, a California-based online grocer, is coming to Chicago with lower prices and free same-delivery, looking to take a bite out of Amazon Fresh and traditional grocery stores.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2022

Condo Adviser: Proof-of-vaccine mandate doesn't apply to condo complexes
The mandate excludes locations in residential or office buildings

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2022

Businesses react to Supreme Court ruling against Biden vaccine mandate
For companies that were waiting to hear from the U.S. Supreme Court before deciding whether to require vaccinations or regular coronavirus testing for workers, the next move is up to them.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2022

Chicago cites 10 restaurants, 6 other businesses for violating vaccine requirement order
Sixteen Chicago restaurants and businesses have been cited for violating the city's COVID-19 vaccine mandate since it was enacted Jan. 3.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2022

Twitter, Meta among tech giants subpoenaed by Jan. 6 panel
Months after requesting documents from more than a dozen social platforms, the House committee investigating the Capitol insurrection has issued subpoenas targeting Twitter, Meta, Reddit and YouTube after lawmakers said the companies' initial responses were inadequate.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2022

As omicron drives surge in COVID-19 cases, HealthCare.gov sign-up deadline arrives
People looking for health insurance in the grip of the omicron surge have through Saturday to sign up for taxpayer-subsidized private coverage under the Obama-era Affordable Care Act.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2022

Glen Ellyn mansion that was the site of a labor-related bombing sells for $990,000
The mansion's new owner has a tie to the house dating back to his childhood.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2022

US Mint begins shipping quarters honoring Maya Angelou
The United States Mint said this week it has begun shipping quarters featuring the image of poet Maya Angelou, the first coins in its American Women Quarters Program.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2022

Wholesale prices jumped a record 9.7% in 2021
Prices at the wholesale level surged by a record 9.7% for all of 2021, setting an annual record and providing further evidence that inflation is still present at all levels of the U.S. economy.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2022

U.S. jobless claims rise by 23,000 to 230,000
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits rose last week to the highest level since mid-November, but still low by historic standards.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2022

Favorable calendar helps NWI casinos to good December report; Hard Rock Northern Indiana leads way with $32.45M
"The mild weather in December, along with having five Fridays certainly helped volumes in December," Schuffert said.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2022

School of the Art Institute employees vote to join museum workers in new labor union
The results were tabulated Wednesday by the National Labor Relations Board's regional office in Chicago.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2022

Bank president allegedly had employee falsify loan records for Ald. Patrick Daley Thompson, plea reveals
A former loan officer for a failed Bridgeport bank admitted in federal court Wednesday that she falsified loan records for Ald. Patrick Daley Thompson at the direction of the bank's president.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2022

Vicari named to steer Gary airport to next level
Dan Vicari replaces Duane Hayden, whose contract was not renewed by the authority. Hayden served for four years during former Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson's administration.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2022

Boston firm to buy Edens Plaza site and bring Wayfair retail store to Wilmette: Village officials
A Boston-based real estate development company is set to buy the Edens Plaza property and announced that online retailer Wayfair will open a store there.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2022

Where vaccine rates lag, some Chicago restaurants feel mandate pinch; others see sales rise with comfort levels
Restaurants in Chicago neighborhoods with low COVID-19 vaccination rates are feeling the impact of a new vaccine mandate in its first week, some owners say.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2022

The Biden administration is requiring insurers to cover at-home COVID-19 tests. Here's how to get a free test.
Some details of how the requirement will work remain scarce.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2022

How do I get a free, at-home COVID-19 test? Illinois insurers and pharmacies are still working out details.
At-home COVID-19 rapid tests will soon be free to many people after the Biden administration said it will require insurance companies to cover their cost. Here's what to know.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2022

US inflation soared 7% in past year, the most since 1982
Inflation jumped in December at its fastest year-over-year pace in nearly four decades, surging 7% and raising costs for consumers.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2022

RCN Chicago rebranding as Astound Broadband, joining co-owned regional cable providers under national banner
RCN, a cable and internet provider available to about 1 million homes in Chicago and the suburbs, is rebranding as Astound Broadband.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2022

Chicago Bears envision an ‘entertainment destination with multiple facets' in Arlington Heights. But the team cautions it still is in the exploration phase.
Chicago Bears Chairman George McCaskey said there is "a lot of due diligence that needs to be performed before we can close" on the Arlington Heights property for a potential new stadium.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2022

Covid-19, weather contribute to shortages in U.S. grocery stores
Shortages at U.S. grocery stores have grown more acute in recent weeks as new problems — like the fast-spreading omicron variant and severe weather — have piled on to the supply chain struggles and labor shortages that have plagued retailers since the coronavirus pandemic began.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2022

US shoppers find some groceries scarce due to virus, weather
Shortages at U.S. grocery stores have grown more acute in recent weeks as new problems — like the fast-spreading omicron variant and severe weather — have piled on to the supply chain struggles and labor shortages.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2022

Art Institute employees win vote to form Chicago's first major museum union
Employees at the Art Institute of Chicago have won the vote to form a union, achieving certification Tuesday from the National Labor Relations Board.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2022

US stocks slip as Wall Street foresees higher interest rates
The Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates this year, weighing heaviest on pricey technology stocks, which become less attractive to investors as interest rates rise.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2022

Outbreaks, bottlenecks expected to slow global growth in ‘22
The World Bank is downgrading its outlook for the global economy, blaming continuing outbreaks of COVID-19, a reduction in government economic support and ongoing bottlenecks in global supply chains.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2022

United Airlines details omicron's toll: 3,000 workers have COVID-19
Overall, about 3,000 United Airlines employees have recently tested positive for the coronavirus. The vast majority are not working, and United is cutting its flight schedule to manage the shortage.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2022

Retail workers are reaching a breaking point with omicron disruptions: ‘Morale could not be lower'
A weary retail workforce is experiencing the fallout from the latest wave of the pandemic, with a rapidly spreading variant cutting into staffing.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2022

Bank of America slashes fees for account overdrafts
Bank of America is slashing the amount it charges customers when they spend more than they have in their accounts and plans to eliminate entirely its fees for bounced checks.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 10, 2022

Insurers to cover at-home COVID-19 tests starting Jan. 15
Starting Saturday, private health insurers will be required to cover up to eight home COVID-19 tests per month for people on their plans.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 10, 2022

2 years after Ballast Point deal, Kings & Convicts Brewing abandons Wisconsin plans to instead sink its roots in San Diego
After Ballast Point acquisition, the Chicago-based Kings & Convicts has abandoned its plans in Wisconsin to move to San Diego, in the former Saint Archer Brewing space.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 10, 2022

Question for Fed: Has it waited too long to fight inflation?
With inflation surging, unemployment falling and wages rising, some economists are warning that the Federal Reserve may have waited too long to reverse its ultra-low-rate policies, putting the economy at heightened risk.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 10, 2022

Companies keep mum as vaccine mandate goes to Supreme Court
Starbucks said in December that all of its U.S. workers must be fully vaccinated by Feb. 9 or face a weekly COVID testing requirement.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 10, 2022

Tax season begins two weeks early due to virus, IRS funding
This year's tax filing season will begin on Jan. 24, 17 days earlier than last year, the Internal Revenue Service announced Monday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 10, 2022

Louis Simpson, savvy investor whose $92 million gift funded a biomedical research center at Northwestern, dies at 85
As a close confidant of Warren Buffet, he was the Chicago-based manager of insurer Geico's investment portfolio for 17 years and a noted philanthropist.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 10, 2022

Grand Theft Auto maker buys FarmVille company in $12.7B deal
Take-Two Interactive, maker of "Grand Theft Auto" and "Red Dead Redemption," is buying Zynga, maker of "FarmVille" and "Words With Friends," in a deal valued at about $12.7 billion.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 10, 2022

Average US gas price drops 2 pennies over 3 weeks to $3.39
The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline dropped 2 cents over the past three weeks to $3.39 per gallon.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 10, 2022

With Omicron cases surging, a glance at who's getting paid sick days
Nearly 80% of all private sector workers get at least one paid sick day, according to a national compensation survey conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. But many workers, particularly low income, are vulnerable.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 08, 2022

Hard hit by the pandemic, Chicago gyms scramble to verify vaccinations under new city mandate
Chicago gyms, which have struggled during the pandemic, implemented a city-mandated proof of vaccination policy this week for club members and guests.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 07, 2022

Lost Lake, one of Chicago's most acclaimed bars, to close for good
Lost Lake, an acclaimed cocktail bar from co-owners Paul McGee and Shelby Allison, will close permanently in January due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 07, 2022

More freight trains could be coming to the Chicago area, and that has communities and Metra concerned about delays
If approved, the merger would create the only railroad linking Canada, Mexico and the United States.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 07, 2022

Gold Coast condo once owned by actor Vince Vaughn sells for $4.9M
The condo is located on the 35th floor of the Palmolive building.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 07, 2022

US jobless rate sinks to 3.9% as many more people find jobs
U.S. employers added a modest 199,000 jobs last month while the unemployment rate fell sharply, at a time when businesses are struggling to fill jobs with many Americans remaining reluctant to return to the workforce.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 07, 2022

Chicago's architectural community is trying to diversify with the help of a new UIC fellowship and a project led by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill designer Tiara Hughes
UIC alumni Raymond Hartshorne and James Plunkard committed $500,000 to UIC's School of Architecture aimed at increasing diversity among students obtaining a UIC architecture education. We talk with the first fellow Martina Smith and Tiara Hughes, a local architect who launched the First 500 website that seeks to serve as a resource for Black girls in women throughout their architecture journey.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 07, 2022

Cannabis company asks Illinois Supreme Court to let state name craft grower license winners. Motion reveals financial toll applicants say they've endured.
Many license applicants like 1837 Craft Grow say they have been burning through money, trying to keep rights to property they plan to use if they get licenses.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 07, 2022

Latest sign of hospitals' COVID crisis: Patients kept waiting in ERs for beds
As Illinois hospitals run short on inpatient beds, state data shows they're increasingly housing patients in their emergency rooms, creating a situation some doctors say threatens the quality of care.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 06, 2022

Supported by cannabis taxes, a Tinley Park school graduated its first class of certified nursing assistants while offering young people a second chance at success
"These are students who are really vulnerable, especially to be taken advantage of by life. They just need a little support to be successful"

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 06, 2022

Renovated Gold Coast mansion sells for $6.5M
An Astor Street mansion in the Gold Coast, which recently sold for $6.5 million, is just down the block from Gov. J.B. Pritzker's mansion.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 06, 2022

Vaccinations, tests give Walgreens a fiscal first quarter sales jolt
COVID-19 vaccines and testing boosted Walgreens store sales growth to levels not seen in more than two decades, pushing the drugstore chain well above Wall Street expectations for the first quarter.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 06, 2022

Advocate Children's Hospital sees three-fold increase in kids hospitalized for COVID-19, amid latest surge
About 94% of the hospitalized kids are unvaccinated

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 06, 2022

Chicago-area children's hospitals see dramatic spikes in kids admitted with COVID-19, amid latest surge
About 94% of the hospitalized kids are unvaccinated

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 06, 2022

US jobless claims rise by 7,000, but still low at 207,000
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits rose last week but remained at historically low levels, suggesting that the job market remains strong.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 05, 2022

NorthShore hospital system finalizes merger with Edward-Elmhurst Health
With nine hospitals, the new system will be called NorthShore — Edward-Elmhurst Health and it hopes to open more outpatient sites.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 05, 2022

Some suburban mayors leave vaccine mandate compliance to Cook County: ‘It's not up to us to enforce'
Government officials in Park Ridge, Niles, Morton Grove and Lincolnwood say they will leave enforcement of the Cook County vaccine card mandate up to the county itself.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 04, 2022

Some Lake County municipalities not requiring proof of vaccination at eateries: ‘It would be very hard on the restaurants'
The five municipalities reached their conclusions by Monday after their legislative governing bodies achieved a consensus on a course of action, either through formal or informal means, in the wake of Highland Park's decision Wednesday to implement a mandate effective this Friday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 04, 2022

Naperville mayor estimates city will collect $1.7 million in sales tax from booming marijuana market
Naperville marijuana shops generated roughly $1.7 million in sales tax revenue for the city in 2021, $700,000 more than budgeted, according to estimates from the mayor.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 04, 2022

Flossmoor couple who started a business offering chats with celebrities about to hit the small screen themselves on ‘Shark Tank'
"To really be there, to really go through the process, to really be in front of those sharks answering those questions is something that is really a dream."

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 04, 2022

Illinois recreational cannabis sales set record in December and hit $1.38 billion for the year, more than doubling 2020
Chicago missed out on a traditional white Christmas, but robust weed sales made for a green holiday season across the state.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 04, 2022

US manufacturing activity slows to 11-month low in December
Growth in U.S. manufacturing slowed in December to an 11-month low with companies still combating supply chain problems.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 04, 2022

A record 4.5 million Americans quit their jobs in November
A record 4.5 million American workers quit their jobs in November, more evidence that the U.S. job market is bouncing back from last year's coronavirus recession, while employers posted 10.6 million job openings, according to a new Labor Department report.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 04, 2022

New auto sales up in 2021, but long way before full recovery
U.S. new vehicle sales rebounded slightly last year from 2020's dismal numbers, but forecasters expect them to be more than 2 million below the years before the coronavirus pandemic.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 04, 2022

Your biological age may be different from your real age. A new institute at Northwestern plans to explore the issue.
"Age is the most important risk factor for almost every disease we deal with," says the director of the new Potocsnak Longevity Institute.

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