Why mayor is optimistic a new user will be found former Motorola campus in HarvardThe former Motorola campus has sat vacant for almost two decades, but Harvard Mayor John Kelly thinks the odds of bringing a new active user to the property are much better now that it's in the hands of a private owner after a court-approved sale last year.
Limited 5G rollout eases flight concerns, but new wireless service near O'Hare is another matterAirlines on Wednesday welcomed Verizon and AT&T's decision to delay debuting faster 5G wireless service near airports like O'Hare and Midway because of safety issues, but turbulence continues over the rollout.
Amid sale of longtime campus near Northbrook, Allstate buys Loop buildingLess than two months after reaching a deal to sell most of its sprawling suburban campus near Northbrook, Allstate Corp. has purchased a downtown Chicago office building that could become a new corporate headquarters, company officials confirmed.
Demolishing Carson's part of new vision for Hawthorn redevelopmentA revised concept for the next stage of redevelopment at Hawthorn Mall in Vernon Hills will improve the original vision and increase investment in the estimated $252 million project, village leaders have been told.
New 'Alfresco' tax at downtown Arlington Heights restaurants to begin Feb. 1It'll probably still be too cold to dine outdoors in two weeks, but that's when downtown Arlington Heights restaurant patrons will begin paying a new "Alfresco" tax.
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Minnesota attorney general sues St. Charles COVID test companyA week after it suspended operations amid scrutiny from authorities in multiple states, a St. Charles-based company that purports to run hundreds of COVID-19 testing sites has been sued by Minnesota's attorney general.
Muthana a pioneer in her own rightAneesa Muthana has turned Pioneer Service into a precision-machined parts powerhouse, serving a wide variety of industries, like aerospace, medical, electric vehicles, hydraulics, motion control, oil and gas, and sporting goods. Pioneer Service's parts are part of assemblies created by other companies and sold to the original equipment manufacturer.
Metropolitan Square discussion postponed in Des PlainesA planned discussion of ways to invigorate the Metropolitan Square complex in downtown Des Plaines was put on hold Tuesday.
Deal would require trucking firm to buy property in Schaumburg by March 31Schaumburg officials are scheduled to vote Tuesday on a redevelopment agreement with Alsip-based Experior Transport that lays out the expected time frame for the trucking firm's purchase of a 55-acre site from the village and its construction of a new headquarters there.
Longtime newspaper director Jack Pittas built business and family tiesJack Pittas, who helped lead Paddock Publications through myriad changes over 45 years, has died.