University of Phoenix, Everest University and Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana University had the most students who defaulted on school loans they started repaying in 2014, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has thrown his financial weight behind Cook County's sugary drink tax with a $2 million ad campaign.
Through his multi-billion dollar foundation, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been pushing “food police” policies throughout not just the U.S. but the world.
The House of Representatives' Save Local Business Act, which would amend previous policy and clarify certain language, engendered a strong response from the Illinois restaurant industry.
Clocking in at less than eight hours, hundreds of volunteers from three local entities gathered one day recently to build a new playground for Berwyn’s Komensky Elementary School—designed by the community’s children themselves.
President and CEO of Exelon Chris Crane is joining forces with various companies worldwide as part of The CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion initiative.
Illinois ranks 13th across the country for revenue from college athletics, according to data obtained from the U.S. Department of Education.
Dawn Sweeney, president and CEO of the National Restaurant Association (NRA), shares this guest commentary to mark Women's History Month. Her organization will be hosting NRA Show 2017 – an International Foodservice Marketplace – in Chicago on May 20-23, 2017.
Illinois Central College Faculty Forum and the League of Women Voters of Greater Peoria is hosting a forum for its potential candidates for members of the community on March 30. The forum will allow candidates to resent opening and closing statements as they vi for a seat on the ICC Board of Trustees.
Engineering companies Crawford, Murphy & Tilly and EFK Moen won a Grand Award at the 2017 American Council of Engineering Companies of Missouri Engineering Excellence Awards banquet last month. Several other awards were also presented to Illinois-based businesses.
The business community is raising concerns over a bill introduced in the Illinois House of Representatives that critics claim will make substantial and troubling changes to legislation covering unclaimed property.
Lawyers benefit most from lawsuits, while victims and consumers are least likely to benefit, according to an Election Day survey of voters.
Brian Sleet has joined the award-winning public affairs and communications firm Kivvit as a principal.
The U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform’s (ILR) “Faces of Lawsuit” abuse campaign has chosen to highlight a lawsuit filed in federal court in Chicago against national coffee chain Starbucks.
An Illinois veterans group is challenging the federal government’s attempts to curtail hydraulic fracturing, a process also known as "fracking."