EP!C has raised its pay rates for direct support professionals to almost $11 an hour.
The Illinois Office of Tourism is prepping for the holiday season by releasing a state holiday gift giving guide for the first time.
A national campaign urging congressional movement on "dreamers" has begun with an emphasis on highlighting the beneficial financial impact to each state.
NorthShore University and Vizient announced Northshore in Evanston has expanded its membership agreement in a deal that includes Vizient’s Clinical Database and Resource Manager.
The GridWise Alliance and the Smart Grid Policy Center have ranked Illinois as second in the nation for its grid modernization, marking the third year in a row the state has been recognized as a top state.
808 Randolph is offering its Leave-In Conditioner, now available for all hair types, for 50 percent off on its website.
Team Schein members from across the globe participated in the 19th Annual Holiday Cheer for Children program helping to celebrate the holidays with more than 1,000 underserved children.
George Faerber -- who runs Radial Studios -- connects the business' website developers, tech people, payment processors and back office.
OSF Saint Francis Medical Center has been named as a top nurse employer in the state by Nurse.org out of nearly 170 hospitals throughout the state.
Illinois Institute of Technology (Illinois Tech) Professor Mohammad Shahidehpour, an expert on the planning, operation and control of electric power systems recently was named a 2017 Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI).
A unique app that allows users to track the impact of their purchase of from a nonprofit jewelry brand, along with in-store displays at Neiman Marcus stores, was recently funded by Chicago-based Northern Trust.
America's Beauty Show promises to be the nation’s largest event of its kind when it opens its doors April 28, 2018, offering professional development options through April 30 at McCormick Place North in Chicago.
Illinois Central College will host informational sessions for students interested in the school's Highway Construction Careers Training Program, a program designed to increase the number of minorities, women and disadvantaged individuals working in construction trades.