Apple's iOS 13 adds enough features that you may not need an iPhone 11
Apple's latest free mobile operating system update is available for the iPhone 6s and later. These five features will most change the Apple experience, and perhaps even convince you to stick with your current phone model.
Facebook's 'Supreme Court,' where users can go to contest the company's decisionsThe roughly 40-person panel is supposed to serve as the final word for Facebook users who want to appeal the company's moderation decisions about the posts, photos and videos it takes down or leaves online.
More states are trying to protect black employees who want to wear natural hairstyles at work"I wear my hair straight probably 99 percent of the time because, being in corporate America, I've seen how clients who have braids and natural hair styles can be looked upon," says Minda Harts, founder of a career development company for women of color.
Facebook is still trying to make the Portal happenFacebook isn't giving up on its dream of putting a camera in everyone's home.
Cooper's Hawk brings reserve room, rooftop dining to Downers GroveReady to wine down? Cooper's Hawk opens its 40th restaurant and winery Monday in Downers Grove.
ADM opens huge flour mill in Mendota, replacing Chicago plantArcher Daniels Midland Co. this week officially opened the largest North American flour mill built new from the ground up in downstate Mendota, replacing a 122-year-old mill in Chicago's rapidly redeveloping Fulton Market area, just west of the Loop.
Walmart to stop selling e-cigarettes at its storesWalmart says it will stop selling electronic cigarettes at its namesake stores and Sam's Clubs following a string illnesses and deaths related to vaping.
Should you buy the iPhone 11? The new Apple upgrade ruleWe're calling an end to a golden rule of tech: You no longer have to upgrade your iPhone every two years. Three will do just fine.
'We want to save lives': Haymarket says it's proceeding with Itasca rehab center plans despite oppositionHaymarket Center officials are pushing forward with their bid to open an Itasca addiction treatment facility despite a resistance campaign that brought overflow crowds to what was supposed to be the first public hearing on the project.
Lake Zurich bans recreational pot salesLake Zurich will ban the sale of recreational marijuana in the village when its possession and use becomes legal in Illinois next year.
Walgreens to test drone deliveryWalgreens will be the first retailer in the U.S. to test an on-demand drone delivery service with Wing in Christiansburg, Virginia next month. Credit: Wing
Co-working space or office lease? The bottom line isn't just moneyThe popularity of co-working arrangements over traditional office leases continues to grow, and it's easy to see why. They're more flexible, require much less planning, and offer substantial cost savings on both space and services. No wonder today's millennial workforce loves them. What's not to like? Plenty, argue attorneys Scott Hargadon and Holly Eubanks, specialists in leasing law at Meltzer, Purtill & Stelle, a leading Chicago area commercial real estate law firm. Beneath the seemingly obvious benefits, the two point out, lurks a quagmire of potentially costly risks, due largely to a lack of well-defined rights and regulations.
Business laws up-to-dateThis summer saw some business-critical legislation become laws. Updates are provided here on two new laws,
Tight labor market in western suburbs: Impediments and solutionsThe economies in the Western Suburbs are the envy of the rest of Illinois.
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from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- Downers GroveCooper's Hawk brings reserve room, rooftop dining to Downers Grove
- Itasca'We want to save lives': Haymarket says it's proceeding with Itasca rehab center plans despite opposition
- Lake ZurichLake Zurich bans recreational pot sales
- BusinessWalgreens to test drone delivery
- NewsStevenson High reserving parking spots for Earth-friendly cars
- BusinessDiscover hits $1B milestone in home equity loans
- BannockburnGreat Lakes Credit Union names four new executives
- NapervilleThe Shuman opens in Naperville
- LombardLombard close to allowing pot shops downtown, on Roosevelt Road
- NewsFive York students draw a crowd in Elmhurst to support their climate strike
- SchaumburgLavelle Law expands mergers, acquisitions practice
- GenevaCatching up with Arcada Theatre's Ron Onesti
- ItascaCrowd size overwhelms Itasca hearing on Haymarket rehab center plans
- GenevaLongtime St. Charles hangout sees major renovations
- SportsO'Donnell: McCauley emerges as voice of the people in Arlington Park situation
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