As Chicago woos Amazon, what kind of message would the public shaming of another major corporation send about the way politicians here operate?
Fast-food chain KFC has been forced to close most of its 900 outlets in Britain and Ireland because of a shortage of chicken.
Messenger Kids lets kids under 13 chat with friends and family. It displays no ads and lets parents approve who their children message.
“We will put in place interim leadership and plan for the future,” CEO Edwin Eisendrath said.
Google said Friday it’s expanding in Chicago.
What happened at Cloverhill Bakery involves tensions between African American and Hispanic workers, according to workers, a consultant and activists.
Joseph Kim is the first person ever charged in Chicago with wire fraud stemming from the burgeoning cryptocurrency trading industry.
A developer plans to raze the plant and build a distribution center; neighbors fear they’re just trading coal smoke for diesel exhaust.
An unhappy customer is suing L.L. Bean over its new return policy, claiming the company broke a vow to customers.
Free shipping and faster delivery have been key areas as retailers try to adapt to shoppers’ shift online.
White Castle, KFC and other fast-food restaurants are trying to lure sweethearts for Valentine’s Day.
Innovation expert and startup strategist Betsy Ziegler was named CEO of tech incubator 1871.
Shares of AmerisourceBergen soared on reports that Walgreens is pursuing a complete takeover of the huge drug distributor.
The John Hancock Center will go by its address, 875 N. Michigan Ave., until a long-term naming rights deal is secured, the Chicago Tribune reported.
In December, their company unveiled plans for a $32 million National Museum of Gospel Music on the site of Chicago’s historic Pilgrim Baptist Church.