Demanes Interiors of Peoria recently welcomed Nancy Martin.
NorthShore University Health System (NorthShore) network of hospitals and physicians have been added to the Aetna Whole Health Chicago network for the 2016 individual open enrollment period.
The deal expands Follet's reach in the campus store services marketplace.
Members of the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce did express several concerns.
Many employers want to hire veterans and some, mainly federal contractors, are required to meet an annual OFCCP benchmark of 7 percent for protected veterans.
ComEd has approved credit lines totaling $123 million with 28 minority and community-owned banks.
Argosy University has received initial accreditation for its business programs from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) Baccalaureate/Graduate Degree Board of Commissioners.
Pharmaceutical firm Astellas has promoted Doug Geiger to vice president and head of new therapeutic areas in marketing strategy.
Footwear and accessories retailer DSW Inc. will open a new store in Joliet Commons on Plainfield Road on Nov. 5.
A mentorship program has been developed by Emily Erickson, board member and chair of the Young Professionals Network of the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce.
Credit rating agency Fitch recently downgraded its rating on $26 billion in general obligation bonds held by the State of Illinois.
A 12,800 square-foot fitness facility addition is planned at Northbrook's Bernard Weinger Jewish Community Center.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has agreed to terms on new four-year collective bargaining agreements with several trade unions.
The Illinois engineering and environmental firm expands services with purchase of landscape and architecture company.
A 76-townhome project in the 1100 and 1200 blocks of Shermer Road was the subject of a recent hearing held by Northbrook's Plan Commission.
The Bolingbrook, Illinois company signed a five-year deal with Twin Eagle Resource Management LLC.
The chamber has partnered with Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business to conduct the economic outlook report.
The agreement provides funding for four of the eight grade separations required for the Springfield Rail Improvements Project.
The Houston, Texas-based auto repair company will be opening seven new locations around the country.
The suit alleges the company failed to retain employment applications for one year.