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Northrop Grumman Vice President Mary Petryszyn speaks about the company’s new offices in Arlington Heights at a ribbon-cutting event Monday.
Northrop Grumman opens offices in Arlington Heights
Northrop Grumman, already the region's largest defense contractor with a sprawling 46-acre site in Rolling Meadows, is expanding its business within an office building in Arlington Heights.
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Patrons play two of the five video gambling machines at the Pony Up Oakbrook Terrace off-track betting facility. A Daily Herald analysis shows Oakbrook Terrace has one video gambling machine for every 46 residents.
1 machine for every 46 residents: The suburbs with the most video gambling
Optimas OE Solutions Holdings acquires Circle Bolt & Nut Co.
BNSF riders had a rough week as Metra began a new schedule and braking system. Officials hope rollouts on other lines in coming months will be smoother.
Metra hopes worst is over with new BNSF schedule, braking system
Candice Crane launched a business, Petal, where she makes sparkling beverages that contain zero calories, zero sugar and no caffeine.
Business Ledger Tradition of sipping rose petal tea with her grandma sparks business idea
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