Demolition of Des Plaines replica McDonald's imminent
Demolition of the replica of Ray Kroc's original McDonald's in Des Plaines is imminent, as crews returned Monday to set up fencing and make site preparations in anticipation of the teardown as soon as Tuesday.
Ronald McDonald House receives $100M donation from suburban companyAbbVie today announced a donation of $100 million to Ronald McDonald House Charities, the largest single donation in the nonprofit's history.
Walter Payton's Porsche to be auctioned in SchaumburgWhen Jarrett Payton looks at his father's classic Porsche, many memories of the famed Chicago Bears running back come to mind. Walter purchased the 930 Turbo new in 1979 after his first five successful years in the NFL. "This was his first big-name sports car," Jarrett said.
Schaumburg Business Association promotes new presidentLisa Gilbert, who was serving as interim president of the Schaumburg Business Association, was named president.
Elk Grove Village buys closed motel, plans to demolish itElk Grove Village is spending $5.6 million to purchase and demolish a shuttered motel in an area officials believe to be primed for future development.
Sprinkler systems will be required in new Palatine homesOver the objections of a residential construction trade association and others, Palatine will require automatic sprinkler systems for new single-family homes starting next year.
Four financial tips for Millennial job hoppersMillennials who frequently switch jobs can reap the benefits if they make financially sound decisions throughout each transition.
Trump wants SEC to study half-year company earnings reportsPresident Donald Trump said he's asked the Securities and Exchange Commission to study ending quarterly reporting for U.S. businesses in order to ease regulations and spur growth.
Oberweis proposes dairy-pizza-burger operation in GenevaThe Oberweis Group wants to open an operation to sell ice cream, pizza and hamburgers under one roof at the Fabyan Crossing shopping center on Randall Road in Geneva.
Next Door American Eatery joins roster of restaurants at Mellody FarmRestaurateur and philanthropist Kimbal Musk to bring Next Door American Eatery to Vernon Hills.
4 places to find last-minute college scholarshipsThere may still be time to get a scholarship and reduce the amount of student loans you have to borrow. Here are four resources to find a scholarship to help pay for college before classes begin.
Health, safety conference marks 30 yearsRegistration is now open at www.chisafetyconf.org for the Chicagoland Safety Health and Environmental Conference. The conference is being held September 17-20, 2018 at the Naperville campus of NIU. Celebrating 30 years, the conference is the premier, once a year, 4-day professional training event for business owners, Environmental, Health and Safety professionals, municipalities, safety committee members, plant managers, HR professionals and others who have EHS responsibilities. The conference also reaches out to business owners that may not have an EHS employee on staff. All business owners are required to know and comply with the OSHA and EPA regulations that apply to their business. The Chicagoland Safety Health and Environmental Conference is the place where business owners can learn about those regulations and how to comply with them. This year's conference will feature speakers from the U.S. Small Business Administration who will share information about SBA Funding for Small Business, Disaster Preparedness and Cyber Security for Small Business. Other educational training topics include Introduction to OSHA for Small Business, OSHA Inspections and Reporting Requirements, Active Shooter, Opioid Crisis, Multi-Generational Workforce, Environmental Compliance 101, Safety and Workers Comp, Marijuana in the Workplace, Clean Air Basics and Updates, Respectful Workplace -- Sexual Harassment and Bullying, Diversity, Electrical Hazards in the Workplace, When Stuff Hits the Fan, Ergonomics and many more. A complete list of training sessions can be found at www.chisafetyconf.org.
How a Kavanaugh Court could affect labor and employment lawWhen Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh was to be nominated to fill the vacancy on the United States Supreme Court, the immediate question for many employers "how will a Kavanaugh court affect my workplace?"
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- Des PlainesDemolition of Des Plaines replica McDonald's imminent
- BusinessRonald McDonald House receives $100M donation from suburban company
- SchaumburgSchaumburg Business Association promotes new president
- Elk Grove VillageElk Grove Village buys closed motel, plans to demolish it
- PalatineSprinkler systems will be required in new Palatine homes
- GenevaOberweis proposes dairy-pizza-burger operation in Geneva
- Vernon HillsNext Door American Eatery joins roster of restaurants at Mellody Farm
- WinfieldConstruction begins at Winfield industrial building
- ElginBaseball/softball training facility in the works in Elgin
- ElginColonial Cafe closes abruptly in Elgin and Crystal Lake
- Des PlainesFirewater Saloon plans to open in downtown Des Plaines
- East DundeeEast Dundee woman sues Elgin store over moldy mattress, box spring
- Elk Grove VillageElk Grove Village annexes 58 acres
- Des PlainesConstruction begins on two speculative buildings
- SchaumburgA 4-day wresting podcast convention coming to Hyatt Regency Schaumburg this month.
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