Crown Development developers: 'This site is perfect'; Sugar Grove residents object
Public hearing on proposed business park for Sugar Grove draws big, critical crowd.
'This is good news for us': Hoffman Estates relieved by Sears Holdings' survivalHoffman Estates officials were delighted Wednesday with the success of Sears Holdings Chairman Eddie Lampert's bid to save the bankrupt company that's been headquartered in the village for more than a fifth of its 126-year storied history.
Commentary: Here's what Eddie Lampert should do with Sears nowWhat would you recommend Sears do at this point, if not to fully return to health, then at least to hang on a little longer?
Mall of India under construction at Naperville former WalmartThe Mall of India is under construction in Naperville as crews build space for 27 small businesses, 10 restaurants and a grocery store -- all inside a former Walmart.
Manufacturer moving from Schaumburg to Elk GroveA Schaumburg manufacturer plans to relocate to Elk Grove Village and build a $16 million, 128,000-square-foot industrial building.
Feder: Ann Dwyer named editor of Crain's Chicago BusinessAnn Dwyer has been promoted to editor of Crain's Chicago Business, becoming the first woman to lead the editorial staff in the publication's 41-year history.
Recalls of romaine, Goldfish are only the tip of the contamination icebergIf it feels like you're reading about a new food recall practically everyday, it's not all in your head -- or stomach.
Feder: WGN's Violeta Podrumedic joining Eric Ferguson's showVioleta Podrumedic, afternoon traffic reporter on Tribune Broadcasting news/talk WGN 720-AM, is changing lanes, Robert Feder writes
Paylocity recognized as a 'Best Software Company'Paylocity has been recognized as one of G2 Crowd's Best Software Companies in 2019.
Sky Zone offers free play for furloughed workersSky Zone Elmhurst, a trampoline park at 325 W. Lake St., Suite A, is offering those affected by the government shutdown a chance for free and active play.
Feder: 'A new Mancow' settles in as WLS morning hostDeclaring himself "a new Mancow," Erich Mancow Muller says he's had nothing but a positive experience on and off the air in the two weeks since he took over as morning host on WLS 890-AM, Robert Feder writes.
Columns | Bolingbrook's Wi-Tronix brings innovation to rail industryLarry Jordan co-founded Wi-Tronix in his basement in 2005, and it has grown to become a driving force in the innovation of the railroad industry, bring safety and efficiency systems into an industry that has a long and storied history in the Chicago area.
Retirement on the horizon: A financial planning checklistRetirement is one of the biggest events you will experience in your lifetime and requires you to have a retirement checklist to plan your finances correctly. Here is a retirement checklist of items to consider as you are trying to plan for your life after work.
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- Sugar GroveCrown Development developers: 'This site is perfect'; Sugar Grove residents object
- Hoffman Estates'This is good news for us': Hoffman Estates relieved by Sears Holdings' survival
- Hoffman EstatesCommentary: Here's what Eddie Lampert should do with Sears now
- NapervilleMall of India under construction at Naperville former Walmart
- NewsMarine veteran from Arlington Heights helps comrades get jobs
- Elk Grove VillageManufacturer moving from Schaumburg to Elk Grove
- SchaumburgPaylocity recognized as a 'Best Software Company'
- BusinessSky Zone offers free play for furloughed workers
- Vernon HillsAldi adds to grocery store options in Vernon Hills area
- Buffalo GroveBrown associate brokers three property sales
- Hoffman EstatesEx-CEO of Hoffman Estates company imprisoned for pocketing $2.2 million in investments
- PalatineQuest Academy wants to open children's museum in Palatine
- NewsA buffet of eateries opening in Arlington Heights in 2019
- Mount ProspectMount Prospect's Brick City Tavern getting new owner and name
- Hoffman EstatesSears survives bankruptcy auction, will keep 400 stores open