The feds say Outcome Health founder Rishi Shah has more money than he claims.
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Boeing is inspecting more than 400 stored 737 Max jets after discovering tools, rags and other debris left in the fuel tanks of newly built planes.
Two Chicago nonprofits that offer training and support to local tech firms have struck a deal to create a one-stop shop for them.
Much has been said about the ways President Donald Trump is changing the presidency. On this Presidents Day, we look back at the ways the presidency evolved before Trump moved into the White House.
A fast-growing construction and design firm is buying almost a full city block near the eastern end of the Fulton Market District.
Amazon’s push to build a massive network of warehouses to store and distribute goods may be moving into Bolingbrook, but the town’s mayor isn’t thrilled about it.
The same Illinois privacy law that recently led Facebook to settle a class-action lawsuit for $550 million could trip up Google as well.
Marvin Goldsmith, who served for decades on the board of WWCI, the parent organization of WTTW and WFMT, died Thursday. He was 84 years old.
Traffic at Midway Airport dropped last year to its lowest level in two decades—and the decline is likely to continue as long as the Boeing 737 Max is grounded.
Watch the Feb. 10, 2020 full episode of “Chicago Tonight.”
No departure date has yet been set for Stuart Strahl, who announced to his board of trustees that he is heading for the exit after 17 years at the helm.
Watch the Feb. 6, 2020 full episode of “Chicago Tonight.”
The Chicago-based airline says it’s purchasing Westwind School of Aeronautics in Phoenix to tackle a talent pipeline problem that it will face for at least a decade.
Watch the Feb. 5, 2020 full episode of “Chicago Tonight.”
Not a single home in the Chicago area sold for $4 million or more in January. It’s another piece of evidence that the top of the residential real estate market has sagged dramatically.
Watch the Feb. 4, 2020 full episode of “Chicago Tonight.”
Taking a break from alcohol after the holidays has become known as the “dry January” trend. But now that January is over, some people are extending their sobriety, trying out a social life that’s not dependent on alcohol.
Tribune Publishing said it has named finance chief Terry Jimenez as its new CEO, succeeding Timothy Knight, who will leave the company after a year in the top job.