Fuddruckers closes longtime Schaumburg location
Fuddruckers closed its Schaumburg restaurant of more than three decades Wednesday night.
McDonald's workers sue over 'daily risk of violence' from customersCurrent and former workers from 13 Illinois restaurants are suing McDonald's Corp. for failing to adequately protect employees from customers who become violent.
True Food Kitchen opens in Oak BrookTrue Food Kitchen, a health-driven restaurant and seasonal bar, has officially opened the doors of its second Chicago area location at 105 Oakbrook Center.
Naperville trying to 'make everyone happy' with Little Friends landNaperville is seeking ways city funding could help a nonprofit afford to sell its land to a developer who will preserve a historic mansion on the site.
Home sales prices declines, but prices rose in OctoberThe median sales price of detached Chicago region homes rose 6.5 percent in October 2019 compared to October 2018, according to statistics released today by the Mainstreet Organization of Realtors.
Senate passes stopgap spending bill, averting shutdownThe Republican-held Senate passes stopgap spending bill to keep the government running through Dec. 20
LinkedIn reports takedowns of fake profiles, violence and even child exploitationThe professional network reveals it's grappling with the same issues as other social giants.
Glitch in Medicare drug plan finder could cost consumersGlitch in Medicare's revamped online drug plan finder could prove confusing and costly for consumers
Fiat Chrysler chairman not worried by General Motors lawsuitThe chairman of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is indicating that the merger with French carmaker PSA Peugeot will not be affected by a General Motors lawsuit
British Airways says flights disrupted by 'ėtechnical issue'British Airways says flights are being disrupted by a 'útechnical issue.'Ě
China bats away rumors, says trade talks with US continueChina bats away rumors, says Beijing working with US to resolve 'ėcore concerns' in trade dispute
Making the most of wellness programs: Five ways to help people take advantage of well-being programsAs people seek to improve their health habits, here are some tips to help consumers become healthier and make the most of their well-being programs.
Communities embrace potential of opportunity zonesFollowing the release of the second tranche of federal Opportunity Zone regulations by the Treasury Department in April 2019, investors and community stakeholders were emboldened by the clarity provided by those regulations to further explore ways in which the tax incentive can spur economic development in the communities that truly need it.
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- SchaumburgFuddruckers closes longtime Schaumburg location
- Oak BrookTrue Food Kitchen opens in Oak Brook
- NapervilleNaperville trying to 'make everyone happy' with Little Friends land
- Lake BarringtonWhy Lake Barrington needs a new local sales tax and is boosting property taxes
- Downers GroveHome sales prices declines, but prices rose in October
- Oak BrookInland Bank opening Wheeling branch
- NewsChristmas pop-up bar opens Monday in Arlington Heights
- ElginElgin council OKs plan for rebranded Porter's Pub with Italian fare
- Round Lake ParkMarijuana sales approved for Round Lake Park
- NapervilleWhirlyBall game center opening Saturday in Naperville: What it will have
- Mount ProspectMore suburban pot dispensaries get recreational sales licenses
- SchaumburgDouble take! Check out 34 sets of twins being photographed with Santa at Woodfield Mall
- ElginMiddleby acquires Brava Home
- BusinessCancer Treatment Centers receive top honors
- Oak BrookInland Bank closes $11 million loan in Wisconsin