David Roeder

Business reporter

David Roeder covers business and labor for the Chicago Sun-Times.

The co-founder of Vox.com and former publisher of Vox Media will take over in September.
The building will put customers near the futures exchanges’ own tech center and promises speedy cloud-based access to the markets.
Both sides in the deal have a letter of intent to finalize terms for the property at 65 E. Huron St. that has been in play for developers.
A project that was stymied under former Mayor Lori Lightfoot could open in 2025 now that there’s an agreement on security measures for the nearby Jardine Water Filtration Plant.
In exchange for billions of dollars in public money, the public deserves an ownership stake in the franchises.
The deal, subject to court approval, could affect Americans’ cost to buy or sell homes.
Preservation Chicago’s annual list starts with two early 20th century towers on State Street, holdovers from prior lists, and includes neighborhood sites with architectural or historic interest.
The agreement establishes a restitution fund for homeowners allegedly victimized by ResiPro and its parent company’s substandard work.
The bank’s decision to stay put contrasts with other firms that have been moving to new buildings in the West Loop or Fulton Market.