Former Elk Grove Village farm takes shape as high tech hub
On land once envisioned for the gridiron of the Chicago Bears, likenesses of elk roam today instead. Those 29 bronze figures represent the massive $1 billion Elk Grove Technology Park under development on what had been the largest remaining tract of land in the O'Hare industrial market.
Liz Weston: Is your wealth dripping away?Property losses from water damage are far more likely than from theft or fire, but many homeowners aren't taking the steps needed to prevent costly repairs.
'Smelly' co-workers give their side of storyComments from readers who have been on the receiving end of complaints about personal odor at work.
Volvo Cars recalls 507,000 vehicles as probe finds fire riskVolvo said its own "investigations have identified that in very rare cases the plastic engine intake manifold may melt and deform."
Equifax to pay up to $700 million to settle government investigations into 2017 security breachA series of state and federal investigations show a massive 2017 data breach left more than 147 million Americans' names, Social Security numbers, credit-card details and other sensitive information exposed.
America's youth think they can save the world and get richMany young Americans believe that, while providing some greater good to society, they can also work less than Generation X does. The conundrum, of course, is that exploding student debt and the concentration of jobs in outrageously expensive cities make this a bit of a challenge.
Easy elevator fix was avoided as kids diedNothing was done to fix hundreds of thousands of existing residential elevators, despite a problem that could be solved with a $100 space guard, according to elevator experts.
Feder: CBS 2 goes missing from DirecTV, AT&T U-verseJust when you thought WBBM-Channel 2's ratings couldn't go any lower, the CBS-owned station can't even be seen in thousands of Chicago area homes, Robert Feder writes.
A hospital said a woman's heart surgery went well. Then she bled to death, lawsuit claims.The family of Donnamay Brockbank has sued the hospital and the doctors overseeing the botched surgery on multiple claims of negligence.
How divorce is destroying the finances of Americans over 50Splitting up after age 50 -- often called "gray divorce" -- may be particularly hazardous to your emotional and financial health, far worse than doing so at younger ages.
Almost 40% of U.S. homes are 'free and clear' of a mortgageThis number ticked upward after the Great Recession and over the past 10 years the share of homeowners paying off their mortgages has risen 5.5 percentage points.
Analysis: How to sell a skeptical America on funding the new space raceAfter decades of less-ambitious manned space exploration, nations are aiming for the stars again -- and trying to sell people on the expense.
"The importance of being HR": An employment attorney's perspectiveWhile many corporate leaders are enlightened and recognize HR's value, the "profit contribution" perspective still plagues many HR professionals.
Outsourced Accounting; What's it all about?Outsourced accounting is a service that provides a full, accounting department experience for businesses and nonprofit organizations without the appropriate resources for an accounting department or who are frustrated with the cost and effort put forth to staff their existing accounting department.
Balancing the financial needs of the family businessDuring the life cycle of a family-owned business, there are many reasons to seek financing. From start up to retirement, each loan has a means to an end -- to provide income to the members of the family while maintaining the success of the business.
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- Elk Grove VillageFormer Elk Grove Village farm takes shape as high tech hub
- NapervilleBaxter & Woodman opens Naperville office
- Oak BrookComfort Suites facility in Schiller Park sold
- AlgonquinGet your butter chicken fix at Indian restaurant in Algonquin
- NewsInaugural Woodridge Restaurant Week launching in August
- AddisonRoad Runner reminiscent of countless road trips
- NewsArlington Park hosts annual race in honor of late Daily Herald sports writer
- PalatinePalatine leaders optimistic about potential for site of closed Holiday Inn Express
- Elk Grove VillagePlans for hotel on north side of Elk Grove Technology Park revealed
- WheelingSchneider hearing examines Foxconn's impact on suburban flooding
- BusinessNeither heat, rain, cold nor drought can stop local sweet corn crop
- Elk Grove VillageElk Grove Village seeks taxes from online travel companies
- BusinessNew doggy day care coming to Arlington Heights
- BensenvilleBo Jackson's sports dome to put Bensenville 'on the map'
- Buffalo GrovePolice seize 1,900 counterfeit items at Buffalo Grove store; owner charged
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