Bruce Berkowitz, chief investment officer of Fairholme Capital Management LLC, plans to leave the board Oct. 31.
The seasonal hiring in Illinois is part of the online retailer’s overall goal of adding 120,000 temporary workers nationwide.
McDonald’s promises to bring back Szechuan sauce this winter to make up for the one-day revival that upset many fans who missed out.
Little Company of Mary in south suburban Evergreen Park would become the fourth hospital in the Rush system.
Ace Hardware Corp. has bought a controlling stake in The Grommet, an ecommerce website that sells products from independent entrepreneurs.
Out-of-network ATM fees and overdraft fees in the Chicago area are seventh lowest among the 25 top metro areas, Bankrate.com reports.
Chocolate. Peanut butter cups. Chewy, fruit-flavored candies. Which do you like to see in your trick-or-treat bag?
Rick Sanchez and all of you “Rick and Morty” fans can rejoice. McDonald’s is bringing back Szechuan sauce for a super-limited time.
The $7 billion Downers Grove-based manufacturer said it expects to decide by the end of year if it will spinoff or sell the businesses.
Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, on Wednesday wanted to help you get a jump on holiday shopping with its annual list of the 25 hottest toys.
The New Lenox hospital said it has found no evidence that anyone accessed the patient information, which was exposed after a software update.
President Donald Trump insisted Monday there is no chaos at the White House, even as his new chief of staff is entering a West Wing battered by crisis
Lyft riders will be able to add a Taco Bell stop to their trip via the ride-sharing app.
The aircraft giant plans to test self-flying software in a cockpit simulator this year and possibly test it in an aircraft in 2018.
Sears Holdings Co. has negotiated more time to repay debt and to shift retiree pension payments to an outside firm.