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  • Business profile: Sheridan Road Gallery

    Business profile: Sheridan Road Gallery
    Name: Diane L. Nelson Name of business: Sheridan Road Gallery Describe what you sell: Original paintings, fine art prints, and commissions on canvas for homes and offices. What sets you apart from similar businesses? Most fine art galleries...
  • The peril of a plastic bag ban

    The peril of a plastic bag ban
    Chicago Ald. Proco "Joe" Moreno, 1st, makes a compelling argument that the city has a problem with plastic grocery bags. Look in the trees. Look at the street curbs. Bags waft through this city. But look around again. You won't see a Dominick's...
  • Executive Profile: Victor F. Ciardelli III

     Executive Profile: Victor F. Ciardelli III
    The billboard seen by thousands of motorists on the Stevenson Expressway speaks volumes about Victor F. Ciardelli III's ambition as founder, president and CEO of Guaranteed Rate Inc. It doesn't advertise mortgage rates, although company billboards...
  • Steve Koonin Leaves Time Warner's Turner For Atlanta Hawks

    Steve Koonin, who as entertainment chief at Time Warner's Turner unit presided over a long run of growth at big cable networks like TNT, TBS, truTV and TCM, as well as a streak of aggressive, sometimes maverick promotional maneuvers, is leaving his post...
  • Sriracha considers moving factory amid smell complaints

    Sriracha considers moving factory amid smell complaints
    After a months-long battle with a California city over complaints about a spicy odor, Sriracha sauce creator David Tran said Wednesday he is now seriously considering moving his factory to another location. Tran responded Wednesday to the politicians...
  • State officials drop proposed medical pot gun ban

    State officials drop proposed medical pot gun ban
    In response to a chorus of calls for cheaper access to medical marijuana, state regulators have proposed lowering the annual registration cost for patients to $100 from $150. The proposed new rules would also eliminate an earlier provision banning...
  • Miramar partners with Google on Get Your Business Online

    Miramar Mayor Lori C. Moseley, in a partnership with Google, wants to help local businesses create an online presence with a free website. The search engine's Get Your Business Online program provides small-business owners with a custom domain name,...
  • Glastonbury Chamber Introducing Nine-Week Fitness Program

    Glastonbury Chamber Introducing Nine-Week Fitness Program
    GLASTONBURY — May and June will be a time to get the blood flowing and the pulse rate up in town. During those two months the Glastonbury Chamber of Commerce will hold its "Do a 180, Move!" program. The nine-week program will include 90 classes &#...
  • N.D. hopes to lure workers with promises of 'the Good Life'

    North Dakota's oil boom has lured thousands of new workers to the state, but it still needs more. A lot more. The state is on the verge of a new national advertising campaign that it's calling "Find the Good Life in North Dakota." The hope is to lure...
  • Small-business owners lean on outside help for taxes

    To tell the tale of taxes and misery, Tim Tobitsch describes an evening roughly eight years ago. He had complained to Megan Lindsey, his co-owner at a Pittsburgh hot dog shop, about the trouble he was having completing the company's federal tax return....
  • BGE rewards Towson U. for energy efficiencies

    Baltimore Gas & Electric CEO Calvin Butler Jr. and U.S. Department of Energy Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency Kathleen Hogan joined Towson University officials Thursday afternoon to mark the school's participation in the Department of...