Forbes ranked the first billionaire president as the 248th-wealthiest person in America and put his wealth at $3.1 billion.
Fourteen Illinois residents made the annual Forbes 400 list of wealthiest Americans.
It could help Bombardier avoid heavy U.S. duties that had helped push the Canadian company near bankruptcy.
Several of Microsoft’s partners — Acer, Dell, HP and Lenovo — are simultaneously launching their first “Windows Mixed Reality” headsets Tuesday.
Amazon’s selection of Chicago for the location of its second headquarters would mean billions in investments for the city and an estimated 50,000 jobs
Besides restructuring the amusement tax, Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s 2018 budget increases ride-hailing fees and the monthly tax tacked on to phone bills.
A 44-year-old man fell to his death from the 23rd floor of a Loop high-rise Monday afternoon.
The entire process is expected to take about 10 days.
Bruce Berkowitz, chief investment officer of Fairholme Capital Management LLC, plans to leave the board Oct. 31.
The company will receive an immediate cash infusion from Colony Capital and is in talks for the potential sale of all or a part of the firm.
The move by the Academy is virtually unprecedented; it came in an emergency session on Saturday.
The Chicago Park District is taking heat from environmentalists and recycling advocates over a promotional deal for bottled water.
The county board has until Nov. 30 to piece together budget cuts or find new revenue to bridge the massive spending gap left by the repealed pop tax.
The seasonal hiring in Illinois is part of the online retailer’s overall goal of adding 120,000 temporary workers nationwide.
A new investigation goes beyond allegations made in a lawsuit a Wicker Park building owner filed against his alderman and the city.