Developer wants to build townhouses on Mundelein's northwest side
A 186-unit townhouse development has been proposed for vacant land on Mundelein's northwest side.
Reflejos honors suburban Latino students, business leaders, nonprofitsRoughly 40 awardees, including seven suburban Latino students, business leaders, nonprofits, community colleges and governmental agencies, were recognized Wednesday for their contributions to Latino communities during Reflejos' seventh annual Reflecting Excellence Awards.
Entre brokers lease in RockfordEntree Commercial Realty LLC completed a long-term sublease agreement for Rockford Systems on a facility at 5795 Logistics Parkway in Rockford.
Mundelein demolishing Lake Street buildings to create lakefront parkMundelein officials have hired a demolition company to raze four homes and a commercial building that stand in the way of a planned municipal park along Diamond Lake.
Hurricane Michael leads Allstate to $202M in losses during OctoberThe Allstate Corp. announced estimated catastrophe losses for the month of October 2018 of $202 million, pre-tax ($160 million, after-tax).
Downtown upgrades the focus of 2019 Arlington Heights budgetConstruction work in and around downtown Arlington Heights may be the most visual example of how the village might spend its money next year -- representing a portion of the $176 million annual budget discussed by the village board Wednesday.
Cabot Microelectronics acquires KMG ChemicalsCabot Microelectronics Corp. has completed its acquisition of KMG Chemicals, Inc. KMG will now become a wholly owned subsidiary of Cabot Microelectronics.
Tenneco to acquire Swedish tech companyTenneco Inc. has signed an agreement to acquire Öhlins Racing A.B., a Swedish technology company that develops premium suspension systems and components for the automotive and motorsport industries, for approximately $160 million.
Feder: Emanuel wouldn't be first Chicago mayor to turn TV punditChicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's appearance on "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" Sunday stirred up speculation that he's shopping around for a new job in television news when he leaves City Hall in May, Robert Feder writes. For now, the North Side Democrat, who also served as a U.S. congressman and President Barack Obama's chief of staff, isn't commenting on his plans. ("Don't worry about my future, because I'm very focused on the city's future," he told the Chicago Tribune.) But Emanuel wouldn't be the city's first former mayor to try his hand as a TV pundit.
Principle handles Magic Woods expansionPrinciple Construction Corp. is working on another expansion for Magick Woods within the 375,000 square foot industrial property at 1600 Sequoia Drive in Aurora.
Giesche redevelopment in Glen Ellyn would provide public parking in new garageDevelopers of a five-story Glen Ellyn apartment complex on the site of the old Giesche Shoe store have secured an agreement to buy a neighboring village-owned Main Street parking lot.
Business Ledger | A Weighty Question for Employers: Is it Illegal to Discriminate Against Employees Because of Obesity?Since the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"), one of the issues which continues to perplex employers is whether obesity is a disability under the Act. The answer to this question is important for many reasons.
A Weighty Question for Employers: Is it Illegal to Discriminate Against Employees Because of Obesity?Since the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"), one of the issues which continues to perplex employers is whether obesity is a disability under the Act. The answer to this question is important for many reasons.
Weiss & Company LLC celebrates 50th anniversary in styleLast month, a crowd of over 300 gathered at The Glen Club in Glenview to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Weiss & Company LLP, one of the area's most enduringly successful accounting firms.
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Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- MundeleinDeveloper wants to build townhouses on Mundelein's northwest side
- BusinessEntre brokers lease in Rockford
- MundeleinMundelein demolishing Lake Street buildings to create lakefront park
- NewsElmhurst may tweak city planning update to address neighbor concerns
- BusinessHurricane Michael leads Allstate to $202M in losses during October
- NewsDowntown upgrades the focus of 2019 Arlington Heights budget
- AuroraCabot Microelectronics acquires KMG Chemicals
- Lake ForestTenneco to acquire Swedish tech company
- AuroraPrinciple handles Magic Woods expansion
- Glen EllynGiesche redevelopment in Glen Ellyn would provide public parking in new garage
- Deer ParkSundance opens at Deer Park Town Center
- BusinessZengeler Cleaners renews commitment to Glass Slipper Project
- East DundeeEast Dundee could vote Nov. 26 on controversial Water Street project
- Naperville'Tech playground' greets women at Naperville innovation event
- Oak BrookAccounting firm merges with Selden Fox
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