Kuma's Corner now serving burgers, heavy metal in Vernon Hills
Popular hamburger restaurant Kuma's Corner is now serving the Slayer and other favorites at its second suburban location.
Amazon's HQ2 split between NYC/Arlington sparks backlash from locals, politiciansThe drawn-out theater of Amazon's decision Tuesday to split its second headquarters between New York's Long Island City and suburban Virginia's Crystal City was met with a maelstrom of criticism from local officials and professionals.
Why condos could replace offices in downtown BarringtonGK Development Inc.'s plan to increase use of a Chicago office and a high vacancy rate for other space in its downtown Barrington building are prompting a study of a potential condominium conversion for the structure, the company's leader said.
Discover deal with PXP expands card's global acceptancePXP, a global provider of payment gateway solutions, and Diners Club International, a business unit of Discover Financial Services and part of the Discover Global Network, have announced an agreement that will expand Discover card acceptance globally.
Sears sale plan blasted by creditors as 'foolhardy gamble'Chairman Eddie Lampert wants to keep Sears Holdings Corp. alive, but a group of the company's creditors say they'd be better off if Sears were dead. The plan envisioned by Lampert amounts to "an unjustified and foolhardy gamble with other people's money," the unsecured creditors committee said in court papers on Friday. Staying in operation long enough to allow a sale would burn through as much as half a billion dollars, which should instead go to creditors, the group said.
St. Charles man goes from massage-loving CEO to spa ownerThe former CEO of Xentris Wireless, Bill Christy of St. Charles, now is the owner of three Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa locations in the suburbs.
Elgin business center goes to auctionMission Capital Advisors, a national real estate capital markets solutions firm, said its asset sales group is marketing the Leslie Oaks Business Center, a 255,304-square-foot office and industrial complex located at 580-735 Tollgate Road in Elgin.
Reflejos takes gold for Outstanding Bilingual PublicationReflejos Publications has been named as the Outstanding Bilingual Publication by the National Association of Hispanic Publications at its 31st annual convention in Las Vegas.
West Dundee sets tiered fee structure for businesses, rental propertiesThe larger the property, the more you have to pay. That's the mentality West Dundee officials are adopting as they restructure the yearly fees paid by owners of businesses and rental housing units.
Grayslake small business owners band together to promote downtownA new small-business group has made promoting Grayslake's downtown its priority. The group hold its first big event starting on Black Friday.
New CEO tapped at Chicago Custom Foods in Elk GroveChicago Custom Foods, the maker of Kernel Season's popcorn seasonings and Tasty Shakes oatmeal add-ins, announced today that Jason Roy has been promoted to chief executive officer of the company, effective immediately.
Feder: WLS taps Ben Shapiro for afternoonsIt's official: Commentator and podcaster Ben Shapiro will succeed Chicago radio legend Steve Dahl as afternoon host on WLS 890-AM, the Cumulus Media news/talk station announced Monday, Robert Feder writes.
Business Ledger | CDW hires new investor relations leadLINCOLNSHIRE -- CDW announced Sari L. Macrie, CDW's current vice president of investor relations, will retire at year's end and will be succeeded by Beth Coronelli on November 26. Macrie joined CDW just prior to its June 2013 initial public offering. She was instrumental in developing the company's investor relations program and played a central role in growing and strengthening the function.
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.
The most ignored retirement assetThe main goal of someone when they retire is to make sure they have protected the Longevity of their money, they can maintain a Lifestyle they are accustomed, to have the Liquidity needed to maintain that lifestyle, and to leave a Legacy to their heirs.
Switching accounting methods can provide instant tax savings for manufacturersAs a manufacturer or distributor, you probably determine taxable income using the accrual method of accounting but switching accounting methods can provide tax savings. In the past, anyone with inventory was generally required to file tax returns under the accrual method. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changed this requirement in 2018. Under the new tax law, manufacturers can now switch to the cash basis for tax reporting if gross revenue is under $25 million. The new tax law provides many advantages for manufacturers.
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- Vernon HillsKuma's Corner now serving burgers, heavy metal in Vernon Hills
- BarringtonWhy condos could replace offices in downtown Barrington
- BusinessDiscover deal with PXP expands card's global acceptance
- South ElginSt. Charles man goes from massage-loving CEO to spa owner
- West DundeeWest Dundee sets tiered fee structure for businesses, rental properties
- GrayslakeGrayslake small business owners band together to promote downtown
- Downers GroveImagination Ball to mark Community Foundation Week
- Lake ForestHundzinski join Tenneco as executive vice president, finance
- NapervilleJoseph Naper Building sold for $3.65M
- Mount ProspectMexican family restaurant replacing taqueria at Randhurst Village
- BusinessArlington Heights businesses staying open late Nov. 14
- Mount ProspectMount Prospect residents fear traffic, density of 320-unit downtown project
- Des PlainesDes Plaines program helps struggling veterans find a new career
- NapervilleHow beer, wine could combine with Naperville adventure park
- NapervilleNaperville ends serving limits at breweries
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