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  • Best Buy's new CEO: Hubert Joly, head of T.G.I. Friday's parent

    Best Buy's new CEO: Hubert Joly, head of T.G.I. Friday's parent
    Best Buy Co. named a new chief executive Monday, proclaiming Hubert Joly -- the current head of Radisson and T.G.I. Friday’s parent Carlson -- as the best bet to save the beleaguered electronics retailer. Minnesota-based Best Buy has struggled in...
  • Emanuel expected to name Charlotte exec new Chicago Housing Authority CEO

    Emanuel expected to name Charlotte exec new Chicago Housing Authority CEO
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Thursday is expected to name an outsider from Charlotte, N.C. to head the Chicago Housing Authority, according to a top City Hall source. Charles Woodyard, who has been CEO of the Charlotte Housing Authority since 2002, was chosen...
  • A public health merger in Chicago?

    A public health merger in Chicago?
    Health care experts and some public officials are floating a radical idea as Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel prepares to take office: a full or partial merger of Chicago and Cook County's health departments. Operating a single health department with broader...
  • St. Joseph Medical Center replaces chief executive

    St. Joseph Medical Center replaces chief executive
    St. Joseph Medical Center tapped a veteran health care manager Friday to replace its president and chief executive, who resigned two weeks ago without explanation. Charles W. Neumann comes to St. Joseph via FTI Consultants, a firm that specializes in...
  • TIMELINE: Jon Gruden's rise from obscurity to Super Bowl coach

    2002 Feb. 19: Sometime around 3 a.m. PST, Bucs Executive Vice Presidents Joel and Bryan Glazer finalize a deal with Oakland owner Al Davis to get Gruden out of the final year of a contract with the Raiders. The cost is two first-round picks, two second-...
  • St. Joseph Medical Center's CEO resigns

    The executive brought in to lead St. Joseph Medical Center as a crisis manager after a doctor was accused of placing unnecessary stents in hundreds of patients resigned Friday without explanation. Jeffrey K. Norman became chief executive officer during a...
  • Advocates, union call for changes at mental hospital

    Mental health advocates and labor union officials are calling for increased staffing and policy changes at the state's maximum security mental hospital — including a reassessment of how patients are paired as roommates — after one patient...
  • Named for Chicago, but Goose Island's 312 to be brewed in New York

    Named for Chicago, but Goose Island's 312 to be brewed in New York
    Three months after being acquired by Anheuser-Busch, Goose Island Beer Co. said today that its massively popular 312 Urban Wheat Ale will soon be brewed in an AB facility in upstate New York. Brewing a beer named for Chicago in Baldwinsville, N.Y. -- 700...
  • 'Ellen' to take Oprah's place next fall on WBAL

    'Ellen' to take Oprah's place next fall on WBAL
    From the Z on TV blog: WBAL-TV Monday answered one of the bigger questions of Baltimore media 2011: Who will replace Oprah in Channel 11's afternoon lineup? The answer is Ellen DeGeneres, according to Jordan Wertlieb, WBAL's general manager. During her...
  • Elusive search for cheap auto parts

    Elusive search for cheap auto parts
    Are affordable replacement parts for cars and trucks going the way of the shade tree mechanic? Corvette owner Dick Ruzzin thinks that may be the case. Two years ago a drunk driver forced Ruzzin's 2005 Vette off the road. A former chief designer for...
  • Daley doesn't explain how money ended up at wife's charity

    Daley doesn't explain how money ended up at wife's charity
    Former Mayor Richard Daley popped up to give a tour of Millennium Park Monday, but did not address why more than a dozen companies subsidized by city taxpayers were required to give more than $900,000 to the charity founded and led by his wife. Instead,...