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  Oil company BP said Monday it is selling some deep-water assets in the Gulf Mexico to Plains Exploration & Production Co. for $5.55 billion, a big step in BP's drive to cover the cost of its oil well blowout in the Gulf two years ago and concentrate...

BP sells some Gulf of Mexico assets for $5.55 billion

Updated: 9/10/2012 07:50 AM

  Michael Richards and Dr. Gail Bryant, owners of Wellness 365 in Arlington Heights, talk about how they have integrated medical and wellness care through a variety of services, including traditional medicine, personal training, lifestyle coaching,...

Arlington Heights business owners talk about wellness

Updated: 9/10/2012 07:09 AM

  Google may well be your best salesperson. Small Business Columnist Jim Kendall talks to a Naperville business owner about how it's the search engine's job to get people to your website.

Who's your best sales rep? Probably Google

Updated: 9/10/2012 07:07 AM

  Kukec's People features Camille Caffarelli, a blind businesswoman who started Horizons for the Blind in Crystal Lake.

Vision of Crystal Lake executive helps others

Updated: 9/10/2012 07:05 AM

  Financial markets have started the week on a fairly flat note as traders wait for further developments in Europe's debt crisis and the U.S. Federal Reserve's latest policy meeting. Traders will have a number of events to monitor in Europe over the...

Markets steady as traders await key euro events

Updated: 9/10/2012 06:57 AM

  Children who missed the opportunity to get a free haircut at J.C. Penney last month will get plenty more chances. After an overwhelming response to the chain's free haircut program offer for children in August —1.6 million haircuts, to be...

J.C. Penney brings back free haircuts for kids

Updated: 9/10/2012 06:51 AM

  Columnist George Will: Walter Camp, an early shaper of the rules and structure of intercollegiate football, saw football as basic training for the managerial elites demanded by corporations. Progressives saw football as training managers for the...

Pigskin progressivism

Updated: 9/10/2012 11:14 AM

  Letter to the editor: Laurel Anderson of Wheeling was impressed with the professionalism the Wheeling Public Works crews showed in the wake of a broken water main on her street. "It is a good feeling to know they are there when you need them," she...

Kudos to Wheeling Public Works Dept.

Updated: 9/10/2012 10:07 AM

  Letter to the editor: "I was not only shocked but very surprised that the Daily Herald would have a photo of an individual jumping into Lake Michigan ("Your Images," Sept. 2)," writes Carol Pfister. "With so many people who have drowned recently in...

Photo showed poor judgment all around

Updated: 9/10/2012 10:07 AM

  Letter to the editor: Elk Grove Township Supervisor Nanci Vanderweel was overwhelmed by the response to her plea for supplies for the township food pantry. "I learned a fabulous lesson; our residents have very big hearts," she writes. "I learned I...

Residents filling big hole at food pantry

Updated: 9/10/2012 10:07 AM

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