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Ken Griffin, Illinois' richest man, settles contentious divorce case

5 months ago

Peapod, based in Chicago, is shutting down grocery delivery in the Midwest and cutting 500 jobs

5 months ago

Pandemic forces Open House Chicago to shift to exterior and online tours

12 hours ago

University of Chicago engineers develop tool to protect your photos from facial recognition

20 hours ago

State Farm gave big credits to drivers during the pandemic. Customers of Allstate, Geico and other insurers are now suing for larger premium cuts.

16 hours ago

Stressed-out parents navigate back-to-school shopping, unsure if kids will be in the classroom or on the couch

12 hours ago

Worries about COVID-19 spreading through the vents send Chicago building owners in search of cleaner air. 'You can't put a force field around your property.'

12 days ago

An estimated 4,400 Chicago-area businesses have closed during the pandemic. 2,400 say they'll never reopen.

13 days ago

Here's which US retailers have sought bankruptcy protection in 2020

1 day ago

Employees find new rules as they return to the office

12 hours ago

Masks to battle the 'sweat factor' this summer

28 days ago

Wisconsin-based Epic Systems ordering its 9,000-plus workers back to the office, though some workers fear 'untold deaths'

11 hours ago

What if the bride says no masks? Wedding photographers, planners face coronavirus rule-breakers.

12 hours ago

Airlines quietly pushing for more federal aid to save jobs

13 hours ago

Booking.com laying off more than 4,000 workers as travel withers

14 hours ago

Ford Chief Operating Officer Jim Farley to take top post as CEO Jim Hackett retires

17 hours ago

New owners of Pier 1 Imports say online store is coming soon

1 day ago

First Women's Bank, poised to become Chicago's first bank startup in a decade, aims to tackle the gender gap in lending

4 days ago

Lordstown Motors, an electric truck rival to Rivian and Tesla, gets GM investment and becomes publicly traded

1 day ago

Who's Who in Chicago business

8 months ago

Sign up for the Working Lunch newsletter

1 year ago

It's now even easier to fire U.S. workers for what they say

4 days ago

Interpersonal Edge: Tolerating the intolerable

4 days ago

Death draws lawmakers' scrutiny to Robinhood's trading app

4 days ago

States use COVID-19 relief dollars to hold down business taxes

4 days ago

Should you include interim positions on your resume?

4 days ago

Flexibility a key commodity as offices consider re-opening

4 days ago

Back-to-school spending vital for retailers, but COVID-19 has families holding back. 'People just don't know what they need.'

17 hours ago

FAA details the fixes needed for grounded Boeing 737 Max to return to service

19 hours ago

Recreational marijuana sales reached almost $61 million in July, setting a record for the third month in a row

1 day ago

How TikTok's owner tried — and failed — to cross the US-China divide

1 day ago

Will you trust Google with your home security? The search giant is buying a stake in ADT.

1 day ago

In a sweeping lawsuit, 42 Chicago businesses seek insurance coverage for COVID-related business losses

1 day ago

Lord & Taylor, Men's Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank seek to close 10 Chicago-area stores as list of chains in bankruptcy continues to grow

1 day ago

In-flight internet company Gogo lays off 14% of employees, citing continued damage to airline industry

1 day ago

Hawthorne gets approval to build first Chicago-area racino; Arlington track looking to relocate

1 day ago

Pandemic cuts in restaurant work brings cooks back to butchering

1 day ago

Chinese developer to sell ownership stake in Vista Tower for $270 million

5 days ago

Chick-fil-A to open two Michigan Avenue stores in August, with 6 more in the Chicago area planned for 2021

6 days ago

A 47-story North Michigan Avenue high-rise is set to break ground during the pandemic. Sterling Bay CEO says it took a 'herculean effort.'

19 days ago

Help is on the way for one of the worst Chicago-area intersections for freight train delays

4 months ago

Tired of waiting to get on the bus? The CTA is testing a plan to allow riders to board at the back door.

5 months ago

With CTA crime in the spotlight, here's how 'L' riders can stay safe

5 months ago

How Chicago fails to enforce one of the most annoying rush-hour problems as other cities try to prevent it

6 months ago