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  Brad Pitt's about as free a free agent as they come in Hollywood, a superstar so big he could play ball with just about any team, on any film project he likes. Yet he wanted to make “Moneyball” so much that he stuck with it for years,...

Pitt goes to bat for ‘Moneyball'

Updated: 9/21/2011 10:13 AM

  BlackFinn in Naperville expands menu; Smashburger opens in Arlington Heights; Gordon Biersch introduces light menu items

Dining events: Smash-tastic burgers in Arlington

Updated: 9/21/2011 09:55 AM

  Drury Lane Theatre announced Tuesday that “Xanadu,” the 2007 Broadway musical inspired by the much-maligned 1980 film starring Olivia Newton-John as a Greek muse sent to inspire the invention of roller disco, will replace the previously...

Drury Lane Theatre adds ‘Xanadu' to its 2012 lineup

Updated: 9/20/2011 06:15 PM

  Should the White Sox offer manager Ozzie Guillen a contract extension before he leaves for vacation at the end of the season? Click on the comment link to share your view.

Your turn: What would you tell Ozzie Guillen?

Updated: 9/21/2011 06:49 PM

  A Chicago suburban-based startup that specializes in finding software bugs harnesses the talents of young adults with autism. Traits that make great software testers also happen to be characteristics of autism.

Company succeeds at hiring autistic adults

Updated: 9/21/2011 10:00 PM

  Facebook is at it again. The social network is tweaking the home pages of its 750 million users, much to the chagrin of some very vocal folks.

Facebook users: Get set for more changes

Updated: 9/21/2011 09:55 PM

  The nation's economic woes don't appear to be hurting Bill Gates, who tops Forbes' list of the 400 richest Americans for the 18th year in a row.

Forbes: Gates still richest person in America

Updated: 9/21/2011 09:53 PM

  Greece will have to take fresh austerity measures, the debt-ridden country's finance minister said Wednesday, a day after Athens moved a step closer to getting the vital bailout funds it needs to avoid a disastrous default next month.

Greece to enact more austerity measures

Updated: 9/21/2011 06:57 AM

  Google Inc. has opened up its Google Plus social network to everyone after testing it with a limited audience for 12 weeks.

Google opens Plus social network to everyone

Updated: 9/21/2011 02:01 PM

  Two new surveys find a big drop in the number of young adults without health insurance since last year — and President Barack Obama's overhaul is getting credit instead of criticism.

One million young adults get health coverage under law

Updated: 9/21/2011 01:16 PM

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