The Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce said it opposes a proposed ordinance to limit ridesharing opportunities at a Chicago City Council joint committee hearing.
Dental Fix Rx, which has two locations in Illinois, was recently ranked 13th in the “Fastest Growing” franchises category of Franchise Gator’s Annual Top 100 list.
The nonprofit organization Keep Carbondale Beautiful has honored a Boys and Girls Club garden tended for years by Ann Knewitz with its Bright Spot Award.
For METROsquash director David Kay, there’s a certain irony to the perception of squash--a sport similar to racquetball, where opponent ricochet a small hollow ball at their adjacent opponents using a racket--as a sport more common with affluent people.
Some of the same conditions that Signature Bank opened to in August 2006 are opening up the technology-focused bank to even more opportunities for growth.The Chicago area-based bank started when its three founders, Michael “Mick” O’Rourke, Bryan Duncan and Kevin Bastuga, saw the big banks they worked at increasingly pursue what Bastuga calls “bigger and bigger deals.”
The spring 2016 Sangamon County Economic Outlook Survey released by the Survey Research Office at the University of Illinois at Springfield (UIS) shows that business owners are concerned about the state's economic health.
The Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce recently sent a delegation of local leaders to advocate for community priorities in Washington, D.C
When it comes to running and financing a truly seasonal operation, it helps to know your bankers.
Illinois Chamber of Commerce Vice President of Policy Ben Brockschmidt recently said the chamber is disappointed with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's (NGA) decision to build its western headquarters elsewhere.
The Illinois Chamber of Commerce recently said employers should be aware of potential changes in employee rules in several state House and Senate bills that are likely to be signed by Gov. Bruce Rauner.
Stephen Ferrara, partner and chief operating officer of accouting firm BDO USA LLP, has been elected chairman of the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce.
A spokesman for the Cook County president’s office defended its ammunition tax increase in response to a report from Illinois Business Daily, taking particular issue with one gun rights group executive’s choice to compare the increase to a “modern day poll tax.”
Sophie Evanoff, president of Vanille Patisserie, has won the 2016 James Tyree Emerging Business Leadership Award.
Wrigley, a subsidiary of Mars Inc., opened a state-of-the-art addition to its Yorkville factory this week.
Exelon’s six utilities have taken action to prepare for the higher number of storms and high temperatures predicted for this summer by investing in programs to help prevent power outages and restore service faster.
Dale Blachford, president and CEO of Liberty Bank in Alton, has been named the 2016 Illinois Banker of the Year by the Illinois Bankers Association.
Crowe Horwath LLP, a public accounting, consulting and technology firm, has elected Wendy Cama to chair the executive committee that governs the firm.
The public is invited to the regular meeting of the Peoria Park District Board of Trustees tonight at 6 o'clock at the Proctor Recreation Center.
Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce member Microsoft has teamed up with CNBC’s Carol Roth and business consultant Catherine Morgan to come up with insights to help small businesses find ways to prosper in their fields.
It’s a political tactic that’s been used successfully by President Barack Obama as an Illinois state senator, and slates of candidates seeking to retain their incumbencies: file legitimate objections to a rival’s nominating petition and knock that candidate off the ballot track.