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John Rogers, Ariel Investments chairman and co-CEO, discusses the need for racial and economic equality in corporate America at the Bloomberg Invest Global 2020 virtual conference.
The acquisition by Crescent Heights—which built the South Loop's tallest skyscraper—stands out at a time many developers, investors and lenders have hit the pause button because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Cook County’s tax burden appears to be shifting from residential to commercial properties. Crain’s senior reporter Alby Gallun has more on what that means for your property tax bill.
Speaking Saturday in an interview with Fox News, Trump said he wants Americans to take the jobs that would otherwise go to those granted the visas.
The mayor and CPD chief blamed the partial shutdown of the criminal justice , suggesting repeat felons were to blame for the dozens shot.
After saying he definitely would attend Trump's event, Bill Brady's office now says it's "still being discussed."
With soaring walls of glass, redwood ceilings, padded leather kitchen cabinet doors and a triangular fireplace, the house "puts you right out in nature."
If Grassroots shareholders approve the new terms offered by the acquirer, Curaleaf, the deal will create the largest grower and seller of marijuana in the U.S., with more than 135 dispensary licenses and 22 cultivation sites.
Mary Dillon had suspended it when the beauty retailer announced furloughs in April.
In Chicago, sales were down nearly 44 percent last month from a year earlier. It’s the biggest year-over-year drop in the records of Illinois Realtors.
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