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Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

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

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

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

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

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

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

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

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

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

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

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

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

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

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

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

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

Poll: 38 million Americans worse off financially. ‘I am slowly getting back on my feet but am nowhere near where I was before COVID.'
Overall, 15% of Americans say they are financially worse off than they were a year ago, according to a new poll. The problem is more pronounced at lower income levels.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

Washington state to order Boeing to begin multimillion cleanup of groundwater pollution
Boeing will spend millions of dollars and decades cleaning up pollutants that have seeped into the soil and groundwater beneath one of its plants in Washington state, a state-mandated draft proposal said.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

Chicago food tech startup gets $70 million in funding to keep the world's bananas and avocados fresher longer
Hazel Technologies, a Chicago-based food tech startup that keeps bulk produce fresh with a small drop-in packet, received $70 million in funding to grow its business internationally.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

United turns down federal pandemic loans, opts for bond market like airline rivals
United Airlines will raise $9 billion from institutional investors through a combination of loans and bonds. Part of that will pay off $520 million the company already borrowed from the federal government program.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

CDC, FDA recommend ‘pause' for Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to investigate reports of blood clots
The U.S. is recommending a "pause" in administration of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to investigate reports of potentially dangerous blood clots.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 13, 2021

ArcLight Cinemas, including Chicago and Glenview, to close for good
Pacific Theaters, which operates some 300 screens in California, including the beloved ArcLight theaters and the historic Cinerama Dome in Hollywood, said Monday that it will not be reopening.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 12, 2021

Naperville-based hub88 acquired by fellow tech incubator 1871
Chicago-based technology incubator 1871 is acquiring its Naperville counterpart known as hub88.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 12, 2021

Downtown Chicago hotels are starting to reopen. Laid-off workers worry they might not get their jobs back.
Downtown hotels are starting to reopen after closing last year because of the pandemic, but the pace of recalling employees has been slow. Some laid-off workers are worried they won't be brought back.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 12, 2021

28 closed or temporarily closed businesses on the Magnificent Mile: Block-by-block analysis of where North Michigan Avenue stands after impact of pandemic, unrest
After decades at the center of Chicago's retail, hospitality and real estate worlds, North Michigan Avenue faces one of its greatest challenges. Here is a block-by-block snapshot of the Magnificent Mile in transition.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 12, 2021

US budget deficit jumps to an all-time high of $1.7 trillion
The U.S. government's budget deficit surged to an all-time high of $1.7 trillion for the first six months of this budget year.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 12, 2021

Uber needs drivers: Record demand for ride-sharing, food delivery as vaccinations rise
Uber said total monthly bookings, including food delivery and passenger service, reached an all-time high in March. Last week, Uber announced $250 million in sign-up bonuses and other perks to lure more drivers.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 12, 2021

ComScore founder Gian Fulgoni sells Gold Coast mansion for $1.85 million
Gian Fulgoni, who co-founded internet market intelligence company comScore, sold his three-bedroom Gold Coast mansion for $1.85 million. It was first listed in September 2018 for $4.9 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 12, 2021

Will COVID-19 vaccine be mandatory? At some colleges, events and workplaces, it already is.
COVID-19 vaccination requirements are fast becoming facts of life in the U.S. But many companies are "not necessarily wanting to be the first in their sector to take the plunge," said Carmel Shachar of Harvard Law School.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 12, 2021

Celebrity chef José Andrés bets big on downtown with Bazaar Meat and riverfront cafe
José Andrés, the renowned chef and humanitarian, is partnering with local steakhouse legend Gibsons Restaurant Group for Bazaar Meat.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 10, 2021

After Amazon: Labor movement tries to regroup in wake of Alabama loss
Despite the strongest public support and the most sympathetic president in years, the American labor movement just suffered a stinging defeat.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 10, 2021

There's a beer for that: Off Color Brewing's ‘Beer for' series wins over new and old fans — charting an unexpected path forward
Off Color Brewing in Chicago tested out its new "Beer for" series during the COVID-19 pandemic, and found it to be a runaway success.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 09, 2021

Off Color Brewing expands "Beer For" series
Though known for its arcane and challenging beers, Off Color Brewing introduced Beer for Tacos last year as a new year-round release. The beer was a quick hit and Off Color began ramping up its "Beer For" series, adding Beer for Golf, Beer for Brunches, Beer for Burgers, Beer for Beaches and Beer for Pizza among others.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 09, 2021

Tank Noodle, Uptown restaurant mired in controversy, must return $150,000 state pandemic grant
The grant repayment comes after a federal investigation into owed wages to 60 Tank Noodle employees spanning a two-year period.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 09, 2021

As McDonald's exits some Walmart stores, retailer seeks to add local businesses
McDonald's has gradually been closing locations inside Walmart stores over the years but will keep a presence within about 150 stores.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 09, 2021

From checkout lines to vaccine lines: Vacant big-box stores get new life as mass COVID-19 vaccination sites
Spacious buildings and ample parking make former big-box stores good places to get shots in arms fast. But COVID-19 vaccination sites are only a temporary fix for landlords trying to figure out how to reinvent vacant spaces as retailers look to smaller stores and online sales.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 09, 2021

From checkout lines to vaccine lines: Vacant big-box stores get new life as mass vaccination sites
Spacious buildings and ample parking make former big-box stores good places to get shots in arms fast. But COVID-19 vaccination sites are only a temporary fix for landlords trying to figure out how to reinvent vacant spaces as retailers look to smaller stores and online sales.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 09, 2021

Former Carson Pirie Scott store now a mass vaccination site
Spacious buildings, ample parking and easily accessible locations make vacant big box stores good places to get shots in arms fast.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 09, 2021

Deep dish pizza chain Lou Malnati's reportedly exploring a sale
Iconic Chicago pizza chain Lou Malnati's is exploring a sale of the company.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 09, 2021

Deep-dish pizza chain Lou Malnati's reportedly exploring a sale
Iconic Chicago pizza chain Lou Malnati's is reportedly exploring a sale of the company, known for its deep-dish pies.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 09, 2021

Amazon secures enough votes to block union effort in Alabama, the biggest organizing push in the company's 26-year history
Amazon has secured enough votes to block a union effort at a warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 09, 2021

Uber riders using Venmo and prepaid cards will need to upload ID before booking a ride. Here's what to expect.
Uber riders using Venmo and prepaid cards will need to upload ID before booking a ride. Here's what to expect.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 09, 2021

United, American, Southwest pull dozens of Boeing 737 Max aircraft from service after warning of possible electrical issue
Boeing has told 16 of its customers to address a possible electrical issue in group of 737 Max aircraft before using them further.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 09, 2021

Uber launching rider verification program to curb ride-share carjacking surge in Chicago and nationwide
To address rising carjacking, Uber is rolling out a national verification program for riders using anonymous payment methods such as prepaid debit cards, gift cards or Venmo.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 09, 2021

Vigil for rideshare driver Javier Ramos
A candlelight vigil for Uber driver Javier Ramos was held in Franklin Park on March 26, 2021. Ramos was shot and killed by a passenger during a March 23 carjacking in Chicago.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 09, 2021

Amazon union organizers deflated as vote tilts against them
Amazon has a sizeable lead over labor organizers a Bessemer, Alabama, vote. With nearly half the ballots counted Thursday night, 1,100 warehouse workers had rejected the union while 463 voted in favor of it.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 09, 2021

Boeing warns of possible electrical issue in some 737 Max aircraft
Boeing has told 16 of its customers to address a possible electrical issue in group of 737 Max aircraft before using them further.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 08, 2021

Chip shortage forces more production cuts by automakers; Ford's Chicago plant to close for one week
The global shortage of semiconductors has forced General Motors and Ford to further cut production at their North American factories as chip supplies seem to be growing tighter.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 08, 2021

Walgreens allowing people awaiting second doses of Pfizer vaccine to reschedule appointments
People who received their first doses of the Pfizer vaccine at Walgreens may try to reschedule their second dose appointments — which were otherwise scheduled for four weeks after their first one — for slightly earlier dates, a Walgreens spokesman said Thursday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 08, 2021

Amazon union vote: 55% of workers cast ballots; vote counting ready to begin
Vote counting in the union push at an Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, is expected to start as early as Thursday, but hundreds of contested ballots could muddy the outcome if it's a close race.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 08, 2021

Sean ‘Diddy' Combs slams General Motors for disrespecting Black-owned media brands: ‘If you love us, pay us'
In his capacity as founder of the Revolt network, Sean "Diddy" Combs slammed General Motors for disrespecting Black-owned media brands in an open letter published Thursday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 08, 2021

Governments give varying advice on AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine over blood clot risks
A patchwork of advice was emerging from governments across Europe on the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine because of the risks of a rare blood clotting disorder.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 08, 2021

2 new airlines, Avelo and Breeze, await Americans looking to fly somewhere
Avelo Airlines and Breeze Airways are starting up just as long-homebound Americans look to break out and travel like it's 2019 again. More than 1 million Americans have been flying each day for nearly a month now.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 08, 2021

Stimulus check update: More than 150M payments have been sent under Biden relief plan
This is the fourth block of relief checks the federal government has sent since the president signed the American Rescue Plan, and this one includes 25 million payments for a total value of $36 billion.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 08, 2021

COVID-19 vaccinations are accelerating, forcing CEOs to plot a return to the office sooner than expected. ‘Yes, you can ask for proof.'
As COVID-19 vaccinations ramp up, so are timelines for Chicago companies inviting workers back to the office. The rapid move from hypothetical toward reality means employers must make some difficult decisions.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 08, 2021

US jobless claims rise to 744K as COVID-19 layoffs continue
The number of Americans applying for unemployment rose last week even as more people are vaccinated against COVID-19, consumers gain confidence and the government distributes aid. Applications were up 16,000 from 728,000 a week earlier.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 08, 2021

Australia latest to restrict use of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine over blood clot risk
Australia on Thursday become the latest country to restrict use of the AstraZeneca vaccine by recommending that it not be given to people under age 50.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 07, 2021

Roti closing a third of its restaurants, including six in Chicago area, after downtown lunchtime rush disappears
Roti, the Chicago-based fast-casual Mediterranean restaurant chain, is permanently closing 14 of its 42 restaurants nationwide, including six in Illinois.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 07, 2021

Roti closing a third of its restaurants, including six in Chicago area, as downtown lunchtime rush disappears
Roti, the Chicago-based fast-casual Mediterranean restaurant chain, is permanently closing 14 of its 42 restaurants nationwide, including six in Illinois.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 07, 2021

University of Chicago launching nation's first quantum startup accelerator. Will South Side be the Silicon Valley of next-gen technology?
The University of Chicago is launching the nation's first quantum technology accelerator program, offering $20 million for startup companies to develop everything from unhackable internet systems and superfast computers to sensors that can detect disease on a cellular level.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 07, 2021

Top CBS local station executives exit amid probe of racism allegations
Two CBS veterans, Peter Dunn and David Friend, are leaving their top roles at CBS' local-stations division as an investigation continues into allegations.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 07, 2021

Biden officials push for higher business taxes, see room for compromise
Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said businesses and lawmakers should come to the bargaining table to discuss a corporate tax increase, noting that there could be room to negotiate on the rate and timeline.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 07, 2021

WFLD-Channel 32 political editor Mike Flannery lists 7-bedroom Beverly mansion for $1.3M
WFLD-Channel 32 political editor Mike Flannery on March 27 placed his seven-bedroom mansion in Beverly on the market for $1.3 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 07, 2021

More than half million Americans gain coverage under Biden administration's special health insurance sign-up keyed to COVID-19 pandemic
More than a half million Americans have taken advantage of the Biden administration's special health insurance sign-up window keyed to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 07, 2021

Saks Fifth Avenue going fur-free, citing ‘customer preferences and societal shifts'
Saks Fifth Avenue said it will phase out using fur by the end of fiscal 2022. Feathers, leather and faux fur products will continue to be sold.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 07, 2021

AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine declared safe by EU agency despite blood clot link, but UK to give alternatives to people under 30
The European Medicines Agency placed no new restrictions on using the vaccine, but a UK drug agency said the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines should be offered to people under 30.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 07, 2021

Here comes the boom: US jobs come roaring back, surprising employers and economists
Many data watchers have been caught off guard as improving weather, stimulus and a surge in vaccinations converge to boost the economy. It's a "superfecta" of positives colliding at once, Michael Skordeles, a senior U.S. macro strategist at Truist Financial Corp., said in an April 2 note.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 07, 2021

Target pledges to spend more than $2 billion at Black-owned businesses
Target will add a broad spectrum of products from more than 500 Black-owned businesses and will increase its spending at more Black-owned companies, from marketing to construction.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 06, 2021

Westlake Hospital could be reopened by New Jersey company, after bill signed to ease reopening requirements
Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed a bill Tuesday that could help new buyers reopen Westlake Hospital in Melrose Park, which closed after a 2019 legal battle.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 06, 2021

New electric Chevy pickup will get estimated 400 miles per charge
General Motors would not say when the electric version of the Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck will arrive in dealerships, but it estimated it would have a range of 400 miles per charge.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 06, 2021

Could Westlake Hospital reopen? Pritzker signs bill to help reopen Melrose Park facility
Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed a bill Tuesday that could help new buyers reopen Westlake Hospital in Melrose Park, which closed after a 2019 legal battle.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 06, 2021

Pritzker signs bill to help reopen Westlake Hospital
Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed a bill Tuesday that could help new buyers reopen Westlake Hospital in Melrose Park, which closed after a 2019 legal battle.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 06, 2021

Moderna COVID-19 vaccine study shows protection lasts at least 6 months
The report Tuesday in the New England Journal of Medicine echoes what Pfizer said last week about its vaccine, which works in a similar way.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 06, 2021

AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine link to blood clots confirmed, but benefits outweigh risks, says EU health official
A European Medicines Agency official said there's a clear association between the AstraZeneca vaccine and the dozens of rare blood clots that have been reported.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 06, 2021

Former Blackhawks forward Brandon Saad sells Lakeview home for $1.5 million
Former Chicago Blackhawks forward Brandon Saad, whom the team traded in October to the Colorado Avalanche, on Friday sold his five-bedroom, 4,500-square-foot house in Lakeview for $1.5 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 06, 2021

Trading card company Topps seeks to go public in $1.3 billion deal
Topps Co. will remain listed on the Nasdaq but will have the new ticker symbol, "TOPP." The sports trading card company is combining with a special purposes acquisition company.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 06, 2021

United Airlines seeks to train 5,000 pilots by 2030, and wants half of them to be women or people of color
United Airlines is planning to bring on hundreds of pilots and launching a flight school to prepare the next generation to fly. It wants half of the 5,000 pilots it trains by 2030 to be women and people of color.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 06, 2021

Black workers being left behind as economy recovers from pandemic
The unemployment rate for Black Americans, at 9.6% last month, is higher than all other race groups tracked and the national average of 6%.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 06, 2021

Labor board says Amazon illegally fired outspoken workers
The National Labor Relations Board has found that two Amazon workers who publicly criticized the company over its climate change impact and coronavirus policies were illegally fired last year.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 05, 2021

Metra adding service on three lines as some riders return
Metra is adding trains next week to its BNSF, Milwaukee District North and North Central Service lines as ridership increases.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 05, 2021

Waiting for your $345 from the Illinois Facebook privacy settlement? Here's why it's delayed.
Payouts in the $650 million Illinois Facebook class action privacy settlement could be delayed by months after three users filed appeals over the court's decision.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 05, 2021

‘You can put your mask on or you can leave': As states drop mandates, some businesses keep mask rules
Eighteen states currently have no COVID-19 mask requirements, but many business owners are keeping their own rules in place, requiring staffers and customers alike to wear masks.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 05, 2021

CDC asks Walgreens to give Pfizer vaccine doses three weeks apart, not four
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has asked Walgreens to start spacing first and second doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine three weeks apart instead of four, in line with the agency's guidance.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 05, 2021

Electric van production planned at former Hummer factory in NW Indiana
Electric Last Mile Solutions plans to make light-duty delivery vehicles at a factory in Mishawaka that once produced the gas-guzzling Hummer H2.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 05, 2021

Illinois is paying off $25 million in student loans to encourage homeownership, and that's drawing buyers to the state
An Illinois housing program will pay off some student loans when you buy a home. An unintended consequence: it's drawing prospective buyers to the state.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 05, 2021

A $25 million Illinois program is paying off student loans to encourage homeownership, and that's drawing buyers to the state
An Illinois housing program will pay off some student loans when you buy a home. An unintended consequence: it's drawing prospective buyers to the state.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 05, 2021

CNA website back up two weeks after insurance giant hit with ‘sophisticated ransomware attack'
The CNA website was back up Monday and the Chicago-based insurance giant said it was making "great progress" toward restoring its operations, two weeks after experiencing a sophisticated ransomware attack.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 05, 2021

Yellen calls for minimum global corporate income tax in speech to Chicago group
U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is urging the adoption of a minimum global corporate income tax, an effort to offset any disadvantages that might arise from the Biden administration's proposed increase in the U.S. corporate tax rate.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 05, 2021

Months after stock frenzy, GameStop selling 3.5 million shares
A GameStop share still costs more than $161 as of early Monday, meaning prices are up more than 900% this year.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 05, 2021

Event at a rural Illinois bar led to 46 cases of COVID-19 and school closure in February, CDC says
An event at a rural Illinois bar in February led to an outbreak of 46 cases of COVID-19, a school closure and the hospitalization of a long-term care facility resident, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report released Monday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 05, 2021

Supreme Court sides with Google in $8 billion copyright dispute with Oracle over Android
To create Android, Google wrote millions of lines of new computer code, but also used 11,330 lines of code and an organization that's part of Oracle's Java platform.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 05, 2021

Delta, hit by staff shortages, cancels some flights and opens middle seats early
Delta Air Lines canceled about 100 flights Sunday due to staff shortages, and it opened up middle seats a month earlier than expected in order to carry more passengers.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 05, 2021

Tribune Publishing confirms rival bid, says it could lead to ‘superior proposal' for Chicago-based newspaper company
Tribune Publishing early Monday confirmed it received a revised, fully financed bid from a second suitor that "would reasonably be expected to lead to a ‘Superior Proposal'" over the bid received from Alden Global Capital.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 05, 2021

Months after stock frenzy, GameStop selling more shares
A GameStop share still costs more than $161 as of early Monday, meaning prices are up more than 900% this year.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 04, 2021

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

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 04, 2021

Maryland hotel exec and Swiss billionaire make fully financed $680 million bid for Tribune Publishing
Maryland hotel executive Stewart Bainum and Swiss billionaire Hansjorg Wyss have made a fully financed $680 million bid for Tribune Publishing, according to a source close to the situation.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 03, 2021

Amazon apologizes to Wisconsin U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan over bogus ‘peeing' tweet
Amazon apologized in blog post for a tweet it sent to a congressman more than a week ago denying that its employees work so hard they must urinate in empty water bottles.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 03, 2021

Pressure mounts on corporate America to denounce GOP voting bills
Pressure is mounting on leading companies in Texas, Arizona and other states, particularly after Major League Baseball's decision Friday to move the 2021 All-Star Game out of Atlanta.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 03, 2021

Deal finalized to keep Mercy Hospital in Bronzeville open
A deal to keep Mercy Hospital & Medical Center in Bronzeville open by selling it to a nonprofit organization has been finalized, the hospital announced Saturday morning.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 02, 2021

Recreational marijuana sales in Illinois smash record in March — $109 million
Illinois set a record with $109 million in sales of recreational marijuana in March — a huge 35% increase from the previous month.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 02, 2021

CNA website still down nearly two weeks after what the insurance giant is now calling a ‘sophisticated ransomware attack'
CNA's website was still down Friday nearly two weeks after what the Chicago-based insurance giant is now calling a ransomware attack.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 02, 2021

Brewery, apartments coming to former Jefferson Park firehouse after legal battle ends
Developer Ambrosia Homes and Lake Effect Brewing are moving forward with plans for a former Jefferson Park fire station.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 02, 2021

Lake Effect Brewing and nine apartments coming to former Jefferson Park firehouse after legal battle ends
Developer Ambrosia Homes and Lake Effect Brewing are moving forward with plans for a former Jefferson Park fire station.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 02, 2021

Former U.S. Attorney Zachary Fardon sells Lincoln Park condo for $810,000
Former U.S. Attorney Zachary Fardon and his wife, Rachel, recently sold a three-bedroom, 2,200-square-foot vintage Lincoln Park condominium unit for $810,000.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 02, 2021

Former US Attorney Zachary Fardon sells Lincoln Park condo for $810,000
Former U.S. Attorney Zachary Fardon and his wife, Rachel, recently sold a three-bedroom, 2,200-square-foot vintage Lincoln Park condominium unit for $810,000.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 02, 2021

At least 55 of America's biggest companies paid no federal taxes on billions in profits, study finds
FedEx, Duke Energy and Nike are among companies that were able to avoid paying any federal income tax for the last three years even though they reported a combined income of $77 billion.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 02, 2021

Tesla's first-quarter sales of 185K more than double last year's numbers
Tesla says it delivered nearly 185,000 electric vehicles in the first quarter despite a shortage of computer chips that has hit the global auto industry.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Apr 02, 2021

Biden's Rust Belt revival plan risks luring more foreign steel
Arguably the biggest beneficiaries of President Joe Biden's plan to spend $620 billion on highways, roads and bridges are the steelmakers.

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