DeVry completes HQ move to Naperville
DeVry University announced Monday it has completed the move of its administrative headquarters from Downers Grove to its Naperville campus center at 1200 E. Diehl Road.
How Hoffman Estates might jump-start stalled developmentIntent on making vacant land west of The Arboretum of South Barrington shopping center viable for development, Hoffman Estates officials may create a new tax increment financing district there.
MK Asset acquires two industrial buildings, sells retail centerMK Asset Investment recently acquired industrial properties in Franklin Park and Waukegan, and sold a retail center in Round Lake Beach for a combined total of more tha n $10 million.
Work on Life Time Fitness center in Lake Zurich under wayConstructon of the Life Time Fitness center which sparked much discussion among Lake Zurich residents and officials finally is under way 14 months after the village board approved it.
'What do you do?': A question everyone asks, but we all dread to answerWhile the query -- a mainstay at cocktail parties, weddings and anywhere else where Americans mingle with strangers -- might seem like a "neutral icebreaker," it's actually pretty invasive. It sneakily probes for highly personal information: education level, values and interests, social status, salary.
Boss' refusal to address employee's odor doesn't pass the smell testAt minimum, this is a matter of one employee being allowed to disrupt working conditions, intentionally or not, for multiple colleagues. You don't want to embarrass or gang up on him, but you also can't pretend the problem doesn't exist.
Prose to open first Illinois store in WheatonProse, a hand and foot care brand, will open its first Illinois location in next month. Prose, a hand and foot care brand, will open its first Illinois location in next month.
Naperville looking at three different options with marijuana salesTwo businesses want to sell recreational marijuana in Naperville. The city council gets to decide if they'll be allowed to.
Good news, millennials: Investing is well within your reachAfter student loan payments, rent and the rest, millennials may feel they don't have enough money left to invest. But that doesn't have to be the case.
How your 2019 vacation can pay for your 2020 vacationThanks to points and miles, it's possible, especially if you're willing to pledge your loyalty to one or two brands.
What to do when back-to-school shopping bites you in the budgetWhen unexpected expenses are for the classroom, you might be tempted to say yes, even if they stress your bank balance. But if you can't afford it all -- or the asks seem excessive -- here's what to do.
Balancing the financial needs of the family businessDuring the life cycle of a family-owned business, there are many reasons to seek financing. From start up to retirement, each loan has a means to an end -- to provide income to the members of the family while maintaining the success of the business.
Handling employee complaints about coworker harassment: Just how effective is your prompt and effective corrective action?As an employer, when it comes to compliance with employment laws and regulations, you strive to do everything right. But as a recent case makes clear, an employer who does everything can still be found liable for allowing a hostile work environment to persist.
Embracing the total rewards conceptTwo recent MRA Hot Topic Surveys indicated that while competitive pay and employer-sponsored health insurance remain two of the most valued employee benefits,
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- NapervilleDeVry completes HQ move to Naperville
- Hoffman EstatesHow Hoffman Estates might jump-start stalled development
- WaukeganMK Asset acquires two industrial buildings, sells retail center
- Lake ZurichWork on Life Time Fitness center in Lake Zurich under way
- WheatonProse to open first Illinois store in Wheaton
- NapervilleNaperville looking at three different options with marijuana sales
- CrimeArlington Heights businesses fined for selling booze to minors
- WheatonTyson Foods awards $50K grant to pantry
- BarringtonWhy you might pay more to buy a car in Illinois: a trade-in tax credit cap
- Lake CountyAs tollway ends Route 53 extension study, now the question: Do what with that Lake County land?
- BartlettBartlett to discuss regulation of recreational pot sales
- East DundeeWhy East Dundee might allow temporary food trucks downtown
- Elk Grove VillageElk Grove Village selling residential lot for $129,900
- BataviaKane County Fair returns with mix of old and new favorites
- BataviaSidewalk sale memories
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