Carson's launches online sales, sprints to reopen stores
Carson's is back. A technology company bought the 120-year old bankrupt retailer, relaunched the website and is in a "sprint to reopen stores ahead of the holidays," the new company leader said.
Panel: Despite good market, boomers not ready to sell businessesAlthough the market could not be better for aging Baby Boomers to sell their businesses, many are not doing so because they are not ready to give up their work, according to financial experts speaking at the Daily Herald Business Ledger's Newsmakers Forum on Banking and Finance Thursday.
Facelift to refresh Naperville's Ogden 6 theater, with nod to nostalgiaThe Ogden 6 cheap theater in Naperville soon won't be quite so cheap. But it'll be showing first-run movies and sporting heated, reclining seats. Tickets will be $7.50 max.
South Elgin's Stanley's Restaurant expanding to West DundeeEight years since opening Stanley's Restaurant and Ale House in his hometown of South Elgin, Scott Stanley is expanding his business into another Fox Valley community where his roots run deep.
Builders aim to please when it comes to luxury buyersWhat do luxury homebuyers want today? Are they going for over-the-top amenities or keeping it practical? Ninety percent of buyers have decided what they want in their new house before even stepping into a model home.
Zebra launches new phone for retailersZebra's PS20, its sixth generation personal shopping solution, allows shoppers to scan items as they go, streamlining the checkout experience.
Highland Park property sold for $4.1MMarcus & Millichap, a commercial real estate investment services firm, announced the sale of a 3,408-square-foot net-leased property located at 2030 Skokie Valley Road in Highland Park.
Feder: NBC 5 to air Kelly Clarkson talk show next fallKelly Clarkson, the Grammy Award-winning singer and first winner of "American Idol," will host a syndicated daytime talk show to debut in the fall of 2019 on NBC-owned stations, including WMAQ-Channel 5 in Chicago. "I love connecting with people, playing games, music and finding ways to help or give back to communities/organizations," Clarkson said in a statement.
Gilberts: Village laws trump billboard company's desire for 'bigger'Gilberts village officials want a judge to throw out a lawsuit over billboards placed along Interstate 90, arguing the village board's updated ordinance is sufficient regulation and that WC Media's desire for a larger advertisement doesn't trump the village's authority.
Why less than half of parents with college-bound students have completed the FAFSAForty six percent of parents with college-bound students report that they have completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, according to a survey commissioned by Discover Student Loans.
Columns | Elmhurst's Stenograph dominates shorthand industry for 80 yearsSince the first machine was sold 80 years ago, Elmhurst-based Stenograph LLC's reputation for quality, accuracy and customer service has commanded almost 90 percent share among the half-dozen companies in the market, making the name synomimous with court and legal shorthand reporting.
Checkbox training doesn't fix harassmentEvery HR leader has likely told a manager that sleeping with a subordinate is a lawsuit waiting to happen, and that unwelcome sexual jokes and/or touching are inappropriate in the workplace.
Francke among 5 MPS attorneys earning top honorsHal Francke, a partner at Meltzer, Purtill & Stelle LLC has been named 2019 "Land Use and Zoning Lawyer of the Year" for the Chicagoland area by Best Lawyers.
Thinking of selling your business? Now may be a good timeSelling a business is one of the most important financial decisions in a business owner's lifetime.
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from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- LislePanel: Despite good market, boomers not ready to sell businesses
- NapervilleFacelift to refresh Naperville's Ogden 6 theater, with nod to nostalgia
- West DundeeSouth Elgin's Stanley's Restaurant expanding to West Dundee
- Mount ProspectMount Prospect closes deal on vacant Busse Triangle sites
- BusinessHighland Park property sold for $4.1M
- GilbertsGilberts: Village laws trump billboard company's desire for 'bigger'
- PalatineThree new restaurants coming to Northwest Highway corridor in Palatine
- Rolling MeadowsSuburban pest control company's growth built on vision -- and bedbugs
- BataviaBatavia council likes plan for another assisted-living facility
- GurneeWhy tech firm sees Gurnee as the 'diamond prairie,' home to new cellphone, warfare material
- LisleConstable: When a tree falls, sympathy, sadness take root
- LincolnshireFlavorful fine dining impresses at Three Embers in Lincolnshire
- Buffalo GroveBuffalo Grove Bills Youth Football to receive donation at Woodman's
- BusinessLegal veteran joins ATI Physical Therapy
- Hoffman EstatesLast chance for 118-year-old Hoffman Estates farmhouse
Through the Film Magnifier: Featuring singing nuns, Kickapoo rock fest, the Paddock Olympics, rocket clubs and more.
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