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Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 19, 2021

Unraveling major cyberattack will be difficult, FireEye warns. ‘We continue to learn about new victims almost every day.'
Efforts to assess the impact of a more than 7-month-old cyberespionage campaign blamed on Russia — and boot the intruders — remain in their early stages, says FireEye, the cybersecurity firm that discovered the attack.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 19, 2021

Rivian raises another $2.65 billion in funding as Illinois-built EV nears June launch
Rivian announced another $2.65 billion in funding as the Illinois-built electric truck startup gears up for its June launch.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 19, 2021

Aon Center plaza to get $6.5 million renovation
The owner of Aon Center, one of Chicago's biggest office towers, is investing $6.5 million to demolish and redesign its half-acre plaza in anticipation of greater demand for outdoor space in a post-pandemic downtown.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 19, 2021

Boeing 737 Max cleared to fly in Canada, with EU approval set for next week
The Boeing 737 Max can return to Canadian airspace beginning Wednesday and the jet will be approved to resume flights in Europe next week, following nearly two years of reviews after the aircraft was involved in two deadly crashes that saw the planes grounded worldwide.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 19, 2021

Billionaire Samsung heir gets 2.5-year prison term over bribery scheme that also jailed ex-president
Billionaire Samsung scion Lee Jae-yong was sent back to prison on Monday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 19, 2021

Aon Center plaza getting $6.5 million renovation, as workers expected to seek outdoor spaces after COVID-19
The owner of the 83-story Aon Center is investing $6.5 million to demolish and redesign its half-acre plaza in anticipation of greater demand for outdoor space in a post-pandemic downtown Chicago.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 19, 2021

Nearly 22,000 Illinois Walmart workers could get as much as $460 each in $10 million privacy settlement
Walmart will pay $10 million to some Illinois employees to settle allegations it used a palm scanning device that violated their privacy rights.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 19, 2021

Walmart to pay Illinois workers $10 million in privacy settlement
Walmart will pay $10 million to some Illinois employees to settle allegations it used a palm scanning device that violated their privacy rights.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 18, 2021

Jewel-Osco pilots automated pickup kiosk as online grocery shopping soars
A South Loop Jewel-Osco is the first grocer in the nation to pilot an automated pickup kiosk, one of numerous investments grocers are making to prepare for a future of more online food shopping.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 18, 2021

A Jewel-Osco is the first store in US to pilot an automated pickup kiosk. Here's how it works.
A South Loop Jewel-Osco is the first grocer in the nation to pilot an automated pickup kiosk, one of numerous investments grocers are making to prepare for a future of more online food shopping.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 17, 2021

Conservative Joe Ricketts, Cubs family patriarch who closed DNAinfo after union vote, to launch Omaha-based ‘unbiased' news site
Ricketts said Straight Arrow News will not involve other members of his family.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 17, 2021

Joe Ricketts, Cubs family patriarch who closed DNAinfo after union vote, to launch Omaha-based ‘unbiased' news site
Ricketts said Straight Arrow News will not involve other members of his family.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 16, 2021

Illinois sitting on $62 million in cannabis revenue meant to foster businesses and help neighborhoods hurt by poverty and violence
Despite promises that cannabis legalization in Illinois would fund more minority business participation and neighborhood improvements, the state has yet to spend $62 million collected for those purposes.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 15, 2021

National Rifle Association files for bankruptcy, plans to incorporate in Texas while under investigation in New York
National Rifle Association files for bankruptcy, gun-rights group will legally move from New York to Texas.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 15, 2021

As Austin loses one of its only grocery stores, community looks to transform food desert on West Side's ‘Soul City Corridor'
Grocery startup Forty Acres plans to open near a section of Austin that was considered a food desert even before one of the area's only full-service grocery stores closed in December. The move is part of a broader effort to attract Black entrepreneurs to a stretch of Chicago Avenue dubbed the Soul City Corridor.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 15, 2021

Northern Trust is laying off 500 workers as low interest rates take toll on the Chicago-based bank
Northern Trust is laying off 500 workers and cutting back bonuses for remaining employees as low interest rates affect the bottom line of the Chicago-based bank.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 15, 2021

Illinois will begin phase 1b of COVID-19 vaccinations Jan. 25: Can it pick up the pace as those over 65 and essential workers get shots?
Many hope Illinois will hasten COVID-19 vaccinations in the next phase, which will include people ages 65 and older and essential workers, such as teachers and public transportation and grocery employees.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 15, 2021

Can Illinois pick up the pace of vaccinations as it moves to the next phase?
Many hope Illinois will hasten COVID-19 vaccinations in the next phase, which will include people ages 65 and older and essential workers, such as teachers and public transportation and grocery employees.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 15, 2021

Navistar to shut down, lay off workers and sell its 125-acre manufacturing facility in Melrose Park, which is set for redevelopment
Truck maker Navistar International plans to shut down and sell its Melrose Park manufacturing campus late this year, making way for planned redevelopment of the 125-acre site.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 15, 2021

Navistar to shut down, lay off workers and sell its 84-acre manufacturing facility in Melrose Park, which is set for redevelopment
Truck maker Navistar International plans to shut down and sell its Melrose Park manufacturing campus late this year, making way for planned redevelopment of the 84-acre site.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 15, 2021

Will a little coffee talk mend US-China ties? Xi writes former Starbucks CEO
China President Xi Jinping is asking former CEO Howard Schultz of Starbucks to help repair U.S.-Chinese relations that have plunged to their lowest level in decades amid a tariff war and tension over technology and security.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 15, 2021

With Washington on edge, most airlines ban guns in luggage on DC flights
Airlines and airports say they are stepping up security before next week's presidential inauguration, with Delta, United, American, Southwest and Alaska prohibiting passengers flying to the Washington area from putting guns in checked bags.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2021

Nearly 1.6 million Illinois Facebook users to get about $350 each in privacy settlement
Nearly 1.6 million Illinois Facebook users will get about $350 each in a landmark privacy settlement, pending final approval from a California federal judge.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2021

With Washington on edge, United, Delta, Alaska airlines ban guns in luggage on DC flights
Airlines and airports say they are stepping up security before next week's presidential inauguration, with Delta, United and Alaska saying they will prohibit passengers flying to the Washington area from putting guns in checked bags.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2021

Outdoor workouts in January? COVID-19 restrictions force gyms to get creative during New Year's resolution season
New Year's resolutions to get healthy usually brings crowds to workout classes. This year, amid the coronavirus pandemic, both gyms and fitness enthusiasts are having to get creative.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2021

Outdoor workouts in January? COVID-19 restrictions force gyms to get creative during New Year's resolution season.
New Year's resolutions to get healthy usually bring crowds to workout classes. This year, amid the pandemic, fitness studios have been forced to extend outdoor classes, using venues like loading docks and unused drive-thrus.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2021

Insurance giant Aon ended its link to Trump. It's far from alone: Here are others who've cut financial ties.
Aon is the latest financial firm to cut ties with President Donald Trump after the storming of the U.S. Capitol. Several other businesses have also stopped doing business with the president and his organization.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2021

Insurance giant Aon has ended its link to Trump. It's far from alone: Here are others who have cut financial ties.
Aon is the latest financial firm to cut ties with President Donald Trump after the storming of the U.S. Capitol. Several other businesses have also stopped doing business with the president and his organization.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2021

In 2020 companies took up the cause of racial equity. Now the challenge is accountability. ‘It really starts from the top.'
Chicago area companies made several commitments toward racial equity initiatives, including goals to increase diversity within its own ranks, following civil unrest early this year. But how will companies keep on those promises?

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2021

In 2020, companies took up the cause of racial equity. Now the challenge is accountability. ‘It really starts from the top.'
Chicago area companies made several commitments toward racial equity initiatives, including goals to increase diversity within its own ranks, following civil unrest early this year. But how will companies keep on those promises?

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2021

COVID-19 restrictions force gyms to get creative during New Year's resolution season
New Year's resolutions to get healthy usually brings crowds to workout classes. This year, amid the coronavirus pandemic, both gyms and fitness enthusiasts are having to get creative. Consumers leery of going back to fitness clubs and spin studios are still facing shortages of popular home workout equipment. Gyms, meanwhile, are facing capacity limits and restrictions on indoor group classes at a time most count on an influx of new members to offset attrition through the year.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2021

Record low mortgage rates may be ending; 30-year rises to 2.79%
Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac reported Thursday that the average rate on the benchmark 30-year fixed-rate home loan jumped to 2.79% from 2.65% last week. By contrast, the rate stood at 3.65% a year ago.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2021

After reports of disturbances on flights to D.C., FAA cracking down on unruly passengers
The FAA said unruly passengers will no longer get warnings. Instead, the agency said, it will launch legal enforcement actions. Penalties can includes fines up to $35,000 and jail terms for passengers who assault or threaten airline crews or other passengers.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2021

Lost passwords lock millionaires out of their Bitcoin fortunes
Bitcoin, which has been on an extraordinary and volatile eight-month run, has made a lot of its holders very rich in a short period of time, even as the coronavirus pandemic has ravaged the world economy.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2021

Boeing faces lawsuit from family of Nigerian diplomat killed in 737 Max crash
The family of a longtime Nigerian diplomat killed in the 2019 crash of a Boeing 737 Max in Ethiopia has joined litigation against the company in U.S. federal court.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2021

US unemployment claims jump to 965,000, highest in months
The high pace of layoffs coincides with an economy that has faltered as consumers have avoided traveling, shopping and eating out in the face of soaring viral caseloads. More than 4,300 deaths were reported Tuesday, another record high.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2021

Downloads of encrypted apps Signal, Telegram soar as conservatives seek online alternatives
Encrypted messaging apps Signal and Telegram are seeing huge upticks in downloads after Facebook and Twitter suspended President Donald Trump and tightened enforcement on violent incitement and hate speech. Experts worry about hiding extremism in the dark corners of the internet

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2021

How are airlines doing during the pandemic? Delta lost $12 billion in 2020.
Delta Air Lines executives expect a few more rocky months before — they hope — widespread coronavirus vaccinations and testing might salvage something of the upcoming summer travel season.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 14, 2021

Sephora to fight against racial bias: ‘It's our responsibility to step up'
A study commissioned by Sephora found that two in five U.S. retail shoppers have personally experienced unfair treatment on the basis of their race or skin tone.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2021

Will jars of salad sell at a doughnut shop? Farmer's Fridge is trying that at Dunkin'.
Farmer's Fridge, best known for selling jars of fresh salads out of vending machines, is now hawking its healthy fare through an unlikely partner: doughnut titan Dunkin'.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2021

Layoffs hit Bolingbrook-based Ulta Beauty as makeup sales remain sluggish during pandemic
Ulta Beauty has laid off corporate and field management employees as it works to adjust to the impact of the pandemic.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2021

Metra to buy up to 500 new rail cars equipped with bike racks, video screens and charging outlets
Metra will begin adding dozens of new rail cars that are tricked out with amenities like bike racks and video screens to its fleet in 2024.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2021

Column: Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin reflects on 28 years of reviewing Chicago's wonders and blunders, and why such coverage should continue
Tribune critic Blair Kamin reflects on 28 years of reviewing Chicago's architectural wonders and blunders, and explains why such coverage should go on.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2021

Want a divorce? Try Cameo to break the news
It all started as a prank.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2021

Struggling during the pandemic, Walgreens enters the credit card business
Walgreens, the Deerfield-based drugstore chain, is launching its own credit card in the coming months as it looks to raise revenue while struggling during the pandemic.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2021

US Chamber of Commerce to cut funding to some lawmakers over electoral protests, says Trump ‘undermined our democratic institutions'
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, among the most powerful business groups in Washington, echoed much of corporate America, which has started to reject the violence and false claims of election fraud put forth by Trump and his allies. The pausing of donations announced by many companies probably won't deliver a serious blow to Republicans who voted to overturn Biden's win.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2021

Airbnb to block, cancel all bookings in the DC area ahead of presidential inauguration
Airbnb says it will be blocking and cancelling all reservations in the Washington, D.C. area during the week of the presidential inauguration.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2021

New York City ‘severing all contracts' with Trump after Capitol insurrection
New York City will terminate business contracts with President Donald Trump after last week's insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Wednesday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2021

Target thrives online and in stores despite pandemic
Target's strong sales streak extended through a pandemic-shrouded holiday season after a hard push online and an increased effort to provide alternatives to customers who are trying to minimize risk.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2021

CDC order: Airline passengers arriving from abroad must be tested COVID-19 negative
Anyone flying to the U.S. will soon need to show proof of a negative test for COVID-19, health officials announced Tuesday.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2021

Trump's YouTube channel suspended for at least a week
YouTube has suspended U.S. President Donald Trump's channel for at least a week amid concerns over "ongoing potential for violence," making it the latest online platform to curtail the president.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2021

Smart beds, COVID-19 robots and more trends to watch at this year's virtual CES gadget show
CES, the annual gadget show that showcases the buzziest and brightest tech, is virtual this year, but still showcasing the latest innovations. Trends to watch include products that make it easier to work from home, more uses for 5G, AI everything, and futuristic TVs.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2021

Working from home advances among top CES gadget show trends to watch
CES, the annual gadget show that showcases the buzziest and brightest tech, is virtual this year, but still showcasing the latest innovations. Trends to watch include products that make it easier to work from home, more uses for 5G, AI everything, and futuristic TVs.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2021

Working from home advances, COVID-19 robots, smart beds: CES gadget show trends to watch
CES, the annual gadget show that showcases the buzziest and brightest tech, is virtual this year, but still showcasing the latest innovations. Trends to watch include products that make it easier to work from home, more uses for 5G, AI everything, and futuristic TVs.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2021

No Mega Millions winner; jackpot will rise to $750 million
The jackpot for Tuesday night's Mega Millions was $625 million and lottery officials say it's rising to an estimated $750 million. The Mega Millions numbers drawn Tuesday were: 12-14-26-28-33, Mega Ball: 09.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 13, 2021

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo pitches rapid testing to open restaurants, theaters
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo pitches rapid testing to open restaurants, theaters

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

Temp and warehouse workers who keep us fed face COVID-19 risks, and more must be done to ensure they get vaccinated, advocates say
As COVID-19 vaccinations roll out, worker advocates are calling for food production, warehouse and temporary workers to be prioritized for inoculation.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

Temp and warehouse workers, often the invisible hands in the food supply chain, must not be left behind in vaccinations, advocates say
As COVID-19 vaccinations roll out, worker advocates are calling for food production, warehouse and temporary workers to be prioritized for inoculation.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

Companies are dumping Trump brand in wake of Capitol insurrection. But can Chicago shed Trump Tower's giant sign?
A Chicago alderman said he plans to introduce an ordinance this month to remove the sign from Trump's condo and hotel property in Chicago, as corporate American scrambles to distance itself from the Trump brand.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

Pendry Chicago hotel plans to open before summer on Michigan Avenue, in rare vote of confidence during pandemic
The new owner of the Carbide & Carbon Building plans to open a rebranded hotel in the North Michigan Avenue landmark by this spring, offering a rare vote of confidence to a downtown Chicago tourism market that has been pummeled by COVID-19. The Pendry Chicago will replace the former the St. Jane Hotel.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

Michigan Avenue's Carbide & Carbon Building to get new hotel this spring, in rare vote of confidence during pandemic
The new owner of the Carbide & Carbon Building plans to open a rebranded hotel in the North Michigan Avenue landmark by this spring, offering a rare vote of confidence to a downtown Chicago tourism market that has been pummeled by COVID-19. The Pendry Chicago will replace the former the St. Jane Hotel.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

Working from home makes it easier than ever to blow the whistle on your boss. The SEC has been flooded with nearly 7,000 tips.
The work-from-home phenomenon has triggered a fresh frustration for U.S. corporations: Americans are blowing the whistle on their employers like never before. People feel emboldened to speak out when managers and co-workers aren't peering over their shoulders.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

Second stimulus check update: IRS getting more relief payments out, after delays for up to 20 million Americans
The IRS said that after initial problems for some taxpayers, it is getting more of the second round of relief payments sent out.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

GM's new BrightDrop electric vehicle unit gives stock a jolt
The first product for General Motors' new venture, called BrightDrop, will be an electric-powered wheeled pallet that will take goods from the warehouse to trucks and from trucks to destinations. Then GM will roll out a clean electric delivery van.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

Boeing's jet deliveries drop despite 737 Max's return to flight
Chicago-based Boeing finished 2020 with 157 airplane deliveries, including planes handed over to cargo airlines and military customers. That was down from 380 deliveries in 2019. European rival Airbus finished the year with 566 deliveries.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

$625 million, $550 million: For Mega Millions, Powerball the real winning numbers are huge jackpots
U.S. lottery players now have a choice of games that offer combined jackpots of more than $1 billion. It's been months since anyone won either the Mega Millions jackpot, which has climbed to $625 million, or the Powerball prize, which has reached $550 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

It could be a great year, if your business survives winter
As 2021 begins, business owners big and small confront a rapidly shifting landscape.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

Deutsche Bank, Signature Bank pull away from Trump amid fallout from Capitol riot
Two of Donald Trump's favored banks are pulling away from the billionaire president in the wake of last week's deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

Sheldon Adelson, casino mogul and Republican megadonor, dead at 87
Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire mogul and GOP power broker who built a casino empire spanning from Las Vegas to China, has died.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

Don't hold back second doses of COVID-19 vaccine, Trump administration tells states in bid to speed shots to people 65 and older
The Trump administration is asking states to speed delivery of COVID-19 vaccines to people older than 65 and others at high risk by no longer holding back the second dose.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

Oil company Enbridge rejects Michigan's demand to shut down pipeline under Great Lakes
Enbridge said Tuesday it would defy Michigan's demand to shut down an oil pipeline that runs through a channel linking two of the Great Lakes.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

Airbnb banning rioters, hate groups ahead of inauguration, is cross-referencing arrest records
Airbnb said Monday that it's reviewing reservations in the Washington, D.C., area ahead of next week's presidential inauguration and will bar any guests associated with hate groups or violent activity.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

Detroit auto show to be replaced by outdoor event this year, another COVID-19 change
Detroit's big auto show will not take place as scheduled in September, but due to coronavirus concerns will be replaced by an outdoor exhibit at a race track in nearby Pontiac.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

For Mega Millions, Powerball the real winning numbers are huge jackpots
U.S. lottery players now have a choice of games that offer combined jackpots of more than $1 billion. It's been months since anyone won either the Mega Millions jackpot, which has climbed to $615 million, or the Powerball prize, which has reached $550 million.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

Hallmark Cards asks GOP Sens. Hawley, Marshall to return donations after electoral challenge
Hallmark Cards said Monday that it wants U.S. Sens. Josh Hawley of Missouri and Roger Marshall of Kansas to return employee campaign donations, after the senators challenged Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 12, 2021

Twitter purges 70,000 QAnon conspiracy theory accounts after US Capitol riot
Twitter says it has suspended more than 70,000 accounts associated with the far right QAnon conspiracy theory following last week's U.S. Capitol riot.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2021

How ownership of Tribune Publishing — the parent company of the Chicago Tribune — has changed since 2006
A look back at the billionaire owners, company name changes and industry reactions to the sweeping leadership changes at Tribune Publishing.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2021

A rapid blood test for mild concussions? New Abbott test gains FDA clearance
Doctors will soon have a new way to evaluate patients with concussions: a rapid blood test made by Abbott Laboratories that was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2021

Chicago Tribune to exit Prudential Plaza, move newsroom to printing facility
The Chicago Tribune and its parent company will leave Prudential Plaza at the end of this month, leaving the city's largest newspaper without a downtown office less than three years after its exit from the landmark Tribune Tower.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2021

Global semiconductor shortage forcing automakers to cut production
A widening global shortage of semiconductors for auto parts is forcing major auto companies to halt or slow vehicle production just as they were recovering from pandemic-related factory shutdowns.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2021

Wall Street distances itself from Trump, GOP after storming of Capitol. ‘We will not support candidates who do not respect the rule of law.'
A growing number of Wall Street banks and businesses have cut ties with President Donald Trump's campaign and financial arms, as well as the broader Republican Party, following last week's riots and insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2021

Utz to acquire Chicago-based Vitner's as it chases salty snacks in the Midwest
Potato chip maker Utz Brands plans to buy Chicago-based Vitner's as it seeks a bigger bite of the salty snacks market in the Midwest.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2021

Pandemic fallout: Lakeshore East developer is slicing the height, and one of two hotels, from a high-rise plan near Millennium Park
Lakeshore East's developer is chopping the height and eliminating one of two hotels from a skyscraper planned for near Millennium Park, after nearly a year of devastation to the travel industry caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2021

Going to the ER for a concussion? New Abbott blood test might eliminate the need for a CT scan.
Doctors will soon have a new way to evaluate patients with concussions: a rapid blood test made by Abbott Laboratories that was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2021

Abbott blood test to evaluate mild concussions wins FDA clearance. ‘You don't have to wait for a CT.'
Doctors will soon have a new way to evaluate patients with concussions: a rapid blood test made by Abbott Laboratories that was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 11, 2021

Parcel O development
Lakeshore East's developer has chopped one of two planned hotels from a high-rise it plans to build at 193 N. Columbus Drive.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 10, 2021

Marriott, Blue Cross Blue Shield drop Republicans who voted against certifying election results
Corporate donors have suspended campaign contributions to lawmakers who voted against certifying the solid electoral win of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris and President and Vice President, respectively, in the wake of the riots unleashed on the capitol last week.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 10, 2021

Amazon, Apple remove Parler after the social network was among those used to organize US Capitol riots
Apple dropped Parler from its App Store, while Amazon's cloud unit decided to stop hosting the social media company starting Sunday night.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 08, 2021

Chicago-area CEO fired as companies grapple with how to respond to employee participation in US Capitol siege. ‘This is a character-forming moment.'
Chicago-area CEO fired as companies grapple with how to respond to employee participation in US Capitol siege.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 08, 2021

Twitter permanently bans the president of the United States, citing ‘risk of further incitement of violence'
Twitter says it is banning President Donald Trump from its platform, citing "risk of further incitement of violence."

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 08, 2021

Twitter permanently bans Trump, citing ‘risk of further incitement of violence'
Twitter says it is banning President Donald Trump from its platform, citing "risk of further incitement of violence."

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 08, 2021

Twitter permanently bans Trump from its platform, citing ‘risk of further incitement of violence'
Twitter says it is banning President Donald Trump from its platform, citing "risk of further incitement of violence."

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 08, 2021

Suburban tech company fires CEO who was charged in federal court after US Capitol siege
A suburban tech company executive who was among dozens of people arrested Wednesday in Washington, D.C., after a mob stormed the U.S. Capitol has been charged in federal court.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 08, 2021

Stimulus check updates: Biden to unveil coronavirus relief plan with a price tag likely ‘in the trillions of the dollars' next week
The president-elect has been hinting at a major relief package as his first priority out of the gate after his inauguration on Jan. 20.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 08, 2021

Suburban tech CEO charged in federal court after US Capitol siege. Local tattoo artist among those also arrested. Real estate agent fired.
A suburban tech company executive who was among dozens of people arrested Wednesday in Washington, D.C., after a mob stormed the U.S. Capitol has been charged in federal court.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 08, 2021

Suburban Chicago children's boutique sues over retroactive tax bill for Amazon sales. ‘It's basically going to be the end of my business.'
Illinois online clothing retailer sues California in dispute over Amazon sales tax

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 08, 2021

United joins rival airlines in restricting emotional support animals
United Airlines is joining other major U.S. carriers in no longer allowing emotional support animals to fly for free. United said only trained service dogs will be allowed to fly in the cabin while not being in a carrier.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 08, 2021

General Motors rolls out new lowercase ‘gm' logo to stress EV future
General Motors is scrapping its old square blue logo and replacing it with a lowercase "gm" surrounded by rounded corners. The "m" in the logo is underlined to look more like an electrical plug as GM seeks to reshape its image as clean vehicle company.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 08, 2021

FBI, IRS, state agencies launch task force as fraudulent unemployment claims top 350,000 in Illinois
As reports of unemployment insurance fraud continue to rise, Illinois has partnered with the FBI to create a task force aimed at curbing the issue.

Chicago Tribune Business News
Jan 08, 2021

FBI, IRS, state agencies launch task force as unemployment fraud soars. Here's what to do if you get an odd letter.
As reports of unemployment insurance fraud continue to rise, Illinois has partnered with the FBI to create a task force aimed at curbing the issue.

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