Against the backdrop of Black History Month, it’s a significant moment, even as Chicago prepares for the election of a new mayor.
“I should never have had to file a lawsuit to refute politically motivated and false charges,” Angela Henderson wrote in an email to the Sun-Times.
The idea behind Breakout is to introduce people who wouldn’t normally be rubbing elbows with the goal of bonding over a variety of unique experiences.
Eisendrath joins a distinguished list of men and women honored each year since 1959 by INBA, a leading organization supporting broadcast journalism.
One colleague goes to the boss to request a raise for the antsy employee — and succeeds.
Earlier this month, Facebook announced an initiative to train 1 million people and business owners in digital skills.
Outcome Health has hired a top executive from an advertising giant to be its chief executive officer.
Many young entrepreneurs face the obstacle of not being taken seriously, but being young has its advantages.
The list of team reps includes three Hall of Famers, five former MVPs and four Rookies of the Year.
What very few people want to talk about: How do we organically grow the next generation of journalists of color?
Teens looking for a summer job, mentorship and learning to budget their money have one more week to apply for the city’s One Summer Chicago program.
In the 2018 State of Black America report released Thursday by the National Urban League, tech companies are not hiring blacks.
Chicago State University has narrowed its search for a new president to three finalists.