New owner for Cafe Fourteen on Northwest Highway in Palatine
Cafe Fourteen on Northwest Highway in Palatine has been sold by its longtime owner to a chef who most recently worked for a local brunch chain.
Naperville Bar Louie closure reflects 'chain-wide issue'Bar Louie in downtown Naperville has closed, one of a reported 38 locations of the gastropub chain to shut its doors in a bankruptcy filing, downtown business officials said.
Two stores close, one opens in Algonquin CommonsAs 2020 begins, the makeup of stores and restaurants in the Algonquin Commons shopping center along the Randall Road corridor is changing once again.
'Electrics strike back' at Chicago Auto Show, but will consumers bite?With Motown moving its car show to June, the Chicago Auto Show is getting a lot of R-E-S-P-E-C-T. Find out what it means to you.
The Edge Fitness Club to open in NapervilleThe Edge Fitness Club will open its first Chicago area location Feb. 29 in Naperville, one of five the chain plans to open in the Chicago metropolitan area this year.
Feder: Sinclair settles Tribune Media lawsuit for $60 millionSinclair Broadcast Group has finally closed the book on its bungled attempt to take over Tribune Media, Robert Feder writes. In 2017 Sinclair sought to buy Tribune Media's 42 television stations and other properties for $3.9 billion before the deal ran afoul of the FCC for what was called "misrepresentation and/or lack of candor."
Stocks tumble around the world on virus jittersStocks slumped and bonds rallied as concern over the impact of a deadly virus that originated in China rattled global markets.
Revised ballpark lease would 'work for both of us,' Schaumburg and Boomers sayThree months after becoming sole owners of Schaumburg Boomers Stadium, village officials are poised tonight to enact revisions to the baseball team's lease agreement they say are in the best interests of both parties.
Elgin chamber sets annual meeting, awardsThe Elgin Area Chamber of Commerce is celebrating a successful year of service to the business community at its Annual Meeting and High Fives Award Reception on Thursday at Gifford's Kitchen.
Amazon to build distribution center in Pullman, bringing 100s of jobs: aldermanAmazon is planning to build a huge 40-acre distribution center in the Pullman neighborhood, Alderman Anthony Beale confirmed Monday morning. "This is absolutely huge for the city of Chicago and for the South Side. It means hundreds more jobs at one of the fastest-growing companies in the world," Beale said.
Batavia chamber awards Green Ole AwardAn early childhood program's effort to promote environmental education was recognized with the Green Ole Award by the Batavia Chamber of Commerce during its recent 2020 Inspire Awards.
Disrupting B2B payments in 2020Anyone working in a small to medium sized business knows that one of the biggest pain points is managing vendor payments. As a Treasury Management professional, our team regularly visits Accounts Payable (AP) departments only to find their AP clerks overwhelmed with paper and multiple processes to manage payments. While 2019 was the year of person to person (P2P) payment growth (think Venmo, Zelle, etc.), it's predicted that 2020 will be a year of disruption for business to business (B2B) payments. With so much digital advancement in the recent past, AP departments are now primed to take advantage of automated solutions to streamline their processes.
Unmasking the culture-killing leaderA company's culture isn't worth the piece of paper it's written on if your leader is crumpling it. When a bad boss is aboard, employees feel browbeaten and defeated.
New 401(k) and IRA law might affect how you plan your estateOn December 20, The SECURE Act ("SECURE") passed into law as part of a budget bill. SECURE drastically alters retirement account distribution requirements for a beneficiary inheriting a retirement account.
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- PalatineNew owner for Cafe Fourteen on Northwest Highway in Palatine
- NapervilleNaperville Bar Louie closure reflects 'chain-wide issue'
- AlgonquinTwo stores close, one opens in Algonquin Commons
- Antioch'Game-changing' project finally underway in downtown Antioch
- NapervilleThe Edge Fitness Club to open in Naperville
- SchaumburgRevised ballpark lease would 'work for both of us,' Schaumburg and Boomers say
- ElginElgin chamber sets annual meeting, awards
- BataviaBatavia chamber awards Green Ole Award
- Wood DaleAAR to be exclusive lube pump distributor
- BusinessSmall Business Q&A: Eudell Watts IV of Old Arthur's Barbecue Products
- LifestyleFormer 1968 Camaro owner reunites with an old friend
- Hoffman EstatesSleep Number opens on Sutton Road in Hoffman Estates
- NewsWhere have we seen this before? Bill Murray appears back in Woodstock
- BataviaVegans rejoice: Plant-based restaurant coming to Geneva
- Mount ProspectBed Bath & Beyond adds State Street to closings list that includes McHenry, Mount Prospect stores
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