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ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO A Cook County beverage tax could be put on hold after the Illinois Retail Merchants Association filed an injunction to stop the new tax.
Retailers going to court to try to stop Cook County's beverage tax
The Illinois Retail Merchants Association will be in Cook County circuit court Wednesday seeking to stop Cook County's new tax on sweetened beverages.
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Bob Chwedyk/ After nearly six decades as a fixture in American malls, Hoffman Esatates-based Claire’s is facing an uphill battle to stay afloat.
Claire's faces an uphill battle to stay afloat
Starbucks will open in Long Grove’s busy Route 83 corridor in this vacant space in Sunset Grove plaza. Caribou Coffee and Peet’s Coffee and Tea previously occupied the space.
Starbucks opening in Long Grove space previously occupied by Peet's, Caribou
The 54-acre Murzyn-Anderson site now owned by the village of Schaumburg at the southwest corner of Irving Park and Rodenburg roads, as seen from Irving Park Road.
Schaumburg mulls selling 54-acre Murzyn-Anderson site
Play Video Supporters of Cook County’s minimum wage and sick leave ordinances hold signs during an Arlington Heights village board meeting earlier this year. Despite the protest, Arlington Heights trustees voted to opt out of the ordinances.
Business Ledger Why many minimum wage workers in suburbs won't be getting a raise July 1
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