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  Conducting a business valuation can be voluntary (as a good business practice) or necessary (triggered by an event). In both circumstances, many business owners typically look for ways to maximize the value of their business to ensure that their...

How to maximize the value of your business

Updated: 5/23/2016 04:06 PM

  Gone are the days when an expert witness/specialist in valuation could just say, “based on my experience” and expect their audience to accept it. Even with increased guidelines and practices in place to provide more information and...

Advisors up their game to provide better advice to clients

Updated: 5/23/2016 04:06 PM

  A Waukegan letter to the editor: The latest budget bill sent to Gov. Rauner made it clear — the people of Illinois want to protect lifesaving programs that provide women’s access to breast and cervical cancer screenings. So why are we...

Cancer screenings a victim of budget impasse

Updated: 5/24/2016 05:36 PM

  A Richmond letter to the editor: I’d like to ask the Lake County Board what gives them the right to dictate what should happen with the undeveloped Route 53 right-of-way?

Let state deal with right of way

Updated: 5/24/2016 05:34 PM

  An Elk Grove Village letter to the editor: I am disgusted and sickened at the sentencing of four years in prison for Bonnie Liltz by County Judge Joel Greenblatt for the “killing” of her daughter Courtney.

Wrong to send loving mother to prison

Updated: 5/24/2016 05:34 PM

  Guest Frank A. Bart: Chicago, the City of Big Shoulders, needs to carry its own weight when it comes to education funding. We need reform.

State must stop diverting school funding to Chicago

Updated: 5/24/2016 03:29 PM

  Columnist Donna Brazile: Sadly, the revolution that Bernie Sanders started seems to have stalled out in favor of rehashing internal party rules, rather than focusing on building a progressive movement once the primary season ends next month.

The last ballot, or the last vote?

Updated: 5/23/2016 04:48 PM

  Today’s Daily Herald Opinion page editorial cartoon

Today’s Opinion Page editorial cartoon

Updated: 5/23/2016 04:16 PM

  Columnist Richard Cohen: Now, this is not the same as the controversy over transgender people. The only thing that the two seem to have in common is bathrooms, and we have learned recently much about the sociology of public restrooms.

Bathroom bigotry, then and now

Updated: 5/23/2016 04:12 PM

  Former U.S. Sen. Adlai E. Stevenson III and his wife, Nancy, are the recipients of Stevenson High School’s 2016 Heritage Award.

Former Sen. Stevenson, wife win award

Updated: 5/24/2016 05:35 PM

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