Stocks close at 14-month low in broad sell-off
U.S. equity indexes slid to their lowest close in 14 months as investors weighed the impact of the Federal Reserve on growth in an economy already anxious over trade, geopolitical tensions and a possible government shutdown.
Palatine chamber recognizes community's Keys to SuccessA local wine shop, a financial planner and Realtors who've come together to battle homelessness were among the winners Friday when the Palatine Area Chamber of Commerce handed out its annual Keys to Success awards.
$6 million Gurnee Mills renovations nearing completionAfter more than a year of work, the extensive $6 million renovation to Gurnee Mills is almost complete.
Daily Herald honors 8 for continued excellenceThe Daily Herald has honored eight employees with Awards of Excellence at its annual ceremony this month.
What the #MeToo movement means to the suburban workforceJust over a year ago, high-profile allegations of sexual harassment set off the #MeToo movement. Since then, the commotion has disrupted and changed workplaces across the country. Dozens of allegations against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein exposed the prevalence of sexual harassment in the workplace and sparked a tough conversation about abuse and assault in offices, factories and schools.
Elk Grove mayor's Day 1 diary from the Bahamas BowlElk Grove Village Mayor Craig Johnson is sending a daily journal from Nassau, Bahamas in advance of the Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl, to be played Friday, Dec. 21.
Is the office holiday party a must-do?A work event is no ordinary social event -- especially if your absence will be noticed.
Wintrust acquires Chicago Deferred ExchangeWintrust Financial said it has acquired Elektra Holding Co., the parent company of Chicago Deferred Exchange Co., for approximately $51.9 million
In booming job market, more workers are 'ghosting' their employersApplicants blow off interviews. New hires turn into no-shows. Workers leave one evening and never return.
Brunswick venture invests in marine robotics firmBrunswick Corp. has completed an investment in Sea Machines Robotics, a developer of autonomous technology and advanced perception systems for the marine industry.
Feder: Remembering radio's 'great talent' Larry LujackOn the fifth anniversary of his passing, Larry Lujack continues to be revered as one of America's greatest radio personalities and Chicago's preeminent disc jockey for the ages, Robert Feder writes.
Study: Women who attended elite colleges made more money, married lessWhy does choosing more-selective colleges change the earnings trajectories of women but not men? The short answer is marriage, according to a new working paper.
The next step: Do you have the right people in place?Whether your business is positioned for growth or your exit, personnel decisions can weigh heavily on the process. If you're on the growth track, you'll need to know whether you have the right resources in place to support your growth plan. When you're ready to hand the business to the next generation, you'll need to be honest about whether your family members have the skills needed -- or the desire -- to take over the business.
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- PalatinePalatine chamber recognizes community's Keys to Success
- Gurnee$6 million Gurnee Mills renovations nearing completion
- Elk Grove VillageElk Grove mayor's Day 1 diary from the Bahamas Bowl
- RosemontWintrust acquires Chicago Deferred Exchange
- MettawaBrunswick venture invests in marine robotics firm
- Elk Grove VillageWill 'Makers Wanted' in Bahamas Bowl name work for Elk Grove? Marketers say yes
- Vernon HillsAldi adds to grocery store options in Vernon Hills area
- Buffalo GroveBrown associate brokers three property sales
- ElginWhy more suburbs are going after a SolSmart designation
- Hoffman EstatesEx-CEO of Hoffman Estates company imprisoned for pocketing $2.2 million in investments
- CrimeArlington Heights unveils new police station, set to last 'generations'
- Lake CountyForecast Lake County Luncheon 2019 set for Jan. 17
- PalatineThe newspaper legacy the Paddocks leave: Fearing God, telling the truth, making money
- PalatinePalatine's Logotech launching donation program to help schools, nonprofits
- BartlettAmbassador visits Bartlett manufacturers
Through the Film Magnifer: Cheech and Chong, White Sox, Sunbathing, Roller Disco, Muhammad Ali, war protests and more
Through the Film Magnifier: Johnny Cash, Homing Pigeons, John Belushi, Ted Nugent, Marshall Brodien and more.