DuPage Medical Group names new CEO
DuPage Medical Group has tapped the former CEO of UnitedHealthcare to lead the Downers Grove-based physicians group.
June was the best month yet for Illinois marijuana dispensariesIllinois marijuana dispensaries sold $47.6 million in adult-use products in June.
Classic Cinemas to close theaters againClassic Cinemas, which reopened its Illinois locations when the state entered Phase 4 of the coronavirus recovery plan in late June, will close theaters again this week.
37 more dead from COVID-19 as Pritzker announces new federal aid for hospitalsState health officials announced Tuesday 37 more Illinois residents have died from COVID-19 and another 587 were infected. Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced the state had received $250 million in additional federal aid for hospitals Tuesday.
Illinois, regional economies shrink in first quarterThe Illinois economy shrank at an annual rate of 5.4% during the first quarter of 2020 compared to the previous quarter, according to federal data released Tuesday, an indicator of just how severely the COVID-19 pandemic affected commercial activity.
Two-year clock starts on contractor's plan for former Elk Grove Township HQArlington Heights trustees narrowly agreed Monday to allow a heating, ventilation and air conditioning contractor to move into the former Elk Grove Township headquarters at the southern gateway to the village, but the approval expires in two years.
Opposing groups readying for fight over graduated taxDays after the governor donated $51.5 million of his personal fortune to a committee supporting a graduated income tax constitutional amendment, a new coalition has begun an effort to defeat the measure.
Payroll Protection Program recipients include thousands in IllinoisThe top tier of recipients of the Treasury Department's Payroll Protection Program loans received $5 million to $10 million, and hundreds of suburban- and Chicago-based companies, nonprofits and organizations were among them.
Hiring soared in May as mass layoffs easedThe job market took a big step toward healing in May, though plenty of damage remains, as a record level of hiring followed record layoffs in March and April
Geneva to consider land donation for affordable housingThe potential donation of a city-owned property could be the first step toward securing a new affordable housing development in Geneva.
CCU earns "Best In State" awardConsumers Credit Union has earned "Best-In-State" honors from Forbes and Statista Inc., the statistics portal and industry ranking provider, for the third conecutive year.
How to navigate your business into the 'New Normal"Employers now face the daunting task of preparing for recovery while navigating "the new normal" on their own. Any change, whether good or bad, can succeed or fail based on how well the employer manages the process.
Small businesses needing capital should consider the SBA 504 Refinance ProgramThe COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked major disruption on small businesses and continues to threaten many with permanent closure. The Small Business Administration (SBA) was the first stop for businesses looking for critical capital through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL).
Professional services adjust to a PPP, PPE worldLike all sectors of the economy, the accounting world has felt the impact of COVID-19. Our firm has held steady as clients come to us seeking help interpreting new laws that change by the day. Others need assurance that the sky isn't falling in on them.
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- Downers GroveDuPage Medical Group names new CEO
- Green Oaks'Diaper King' settles into new Green Oaks HQ amid pandemic
- BusinessTwo-year clock starts on contractor's plan for former Elk Grove Township HQ
- GenevaGeneva to consider land donation for affordable housing
- GurneeCCU earns "Best In State" award
- Oak BrookGreat Lakes receives $51.1M in awarded work
- Oak BrookHub Group nets supply chain honor
- St. CharlesRenovated Arcada Theatre could reopen by Labor Day
- RosemontRosemont's Chicago Dogs will play ball while other suburban teams stay home
- SchaumburgSchweikher House in Schaumburg reopening for tours
- BusinessDiscover offers awards for Black-owned restaurants
- GenevaSmall Business Q&A: Ginny Richardson, co-owner of Ginny Richardson Public Relations, LLC in Hinsdale
- Lake CountyLake County offering small business assistance grant
- NapervilleHow downtown Naperville got a shaved ice stand during a pandemic
- RoselleLawsuit over fall on peanut shells at Elgin pub could come to close
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