RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Companies and Corporations

A collection of news and information related to Companies and Corporations published by this site and its partners.

Top Companies and Corporations Articles

Displaying items 111-121
  • Potbelly's shares tumble as 2nd-quarter sales disappoint

    Potbelly's shares tumble as 2nd-quarter sales disappoint
    Shares of Potbelly Corp. lost one-fourth of their value Thursday, after the Chicago-based sandwich chain gave a bleak report on its latest quarter and slashed expectations for the year. Even as Wall Street analysts cut their forecasts, some said they...
  • Wi-Fi provider Gowex filing for bankruptcy amid scandal

    Wi-Fi provider Gowex filing for bankruptcy amid scandal
    Gowex, a Madrid-based Wi-Fi provider that launched its free ad-supported service in Chicago less than two months ago, is filing for bankruptcy amid a financial scandal. Jenaro Garcia, founder and CEO of Gowex, resigned this week after admitting he...
  • Tesla tax break for building battery factory buried in aerospace bill

    Tesla tax break for building battery factory buried in aerospace bill
    Gov. Jerry Brown has quietly approved a potential property tax break for electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc. in hopes of enticing the high-tech, Palo Alto company to build a giant battery factory in California. The potential savings is buried in...
  • Post House Todd Soundelux Closes Its Doors

    Todd Soundelux, the post-production house with roots stretching back to the 1950s, closed permanently yesterday. Todd Soundelux declared bankruptcy earlier this year. Leslie Cohen, the lawyer who was handling the company's attempts to find a buyer,...
  • Power plants coming to electricity-hungry region

    Power plants coming to electricity-hungry region
    Developers haven't built a new power plant of any significance in Maryland for over a decade — one reason the state imports more electricity than almost any other in the country, racking up extra charges for consumers. But change is coming. Two...
  • Crumbs files for bankruptcy; 1st step in re-opening plan

    Crumbs files for bankruptcy; 1st step in re-opening plan
    Crumbs Bake Shop has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, the first step in its plan to be revived with Marcus Lemonis, a local investor and star of CNBC reality show "The Profit," and the owner of Dippin' Dots ice cream. Marcus Lemonis and...
  • Northern Trust payout ranks 3rd among banks

    Northern Trust payout ranks 3rd among banks
    When it comes to returning earnings to shareholders through dividends and stock buybacks, Northern Trust Corp. investors have reason to feel hopeful, according to a new analysis. The Chicago-based financial services firm is near the top of a list of...
  • Peoples Gas parent Integrys being bought for $5.7 billion

    Peoples Gas parent Integrys being bought for $5.7 billion
    It was just before Christmas that Gale Klappa, chairman and CEO of Wisconsin Energy Corp., asked Charlie Schrock, his counterpart at Chicago-based Integrys Energy Group Inc., out to dinner. Sitting in a restaurant in Chicago, Klappa didn’t mince...
  • Dov Charney said he wants shake-up of American Apparel board

    Dov Charney said he wants shake-up of American Apparel board
    Ousted Chief Executive Dov Charney said he plans to talk to American Apparel about a shake-up of the company's board and management as he "vigorously" contests his termination. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Charney said Monday...
  • Allergan urges shareholders to reject Valeant offer

    Allergan Inc., the Irvine company that makes Botox, is urging shareholders to reject a buyout offer from a Canadian pharmaceutical firm. Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. has offered to buy all of Allergan’s shares for a combination of...
  • Durbin bill would close tax loopholes for corporations sending jobs overseas

    Durbin bill would close tax loopholes for corporations sending jobs overseas
    With two Illinois companies making headlines this year for considering a move to more tax-friendly countries in Europe, Sen. Richard Durbin said Monday he will introduce legislation this week that would close tax loopholes for corporations that take...