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  • Abbott, State Farm named among 10 best for female executives

    Abbott, State Farm named among 10 best for female executives
    Healthcare company Abbott and insurance giant State Farm represent Illinois on a list of the 10 best companies for female executives. The National Association for Female Executives named 50 companies to the list of best places to work for women...
  • On The Fly: Pair From Madison Flying High

    On The Fly: Pair From Madison Flying High
    When Mac Bohonnon of Madison encouraged his friend Kiley McKinnon, also of Madison, to compete in aerial skiing because she was good at gymnastics and skiing, it wasn't exactly with the thought that they would be the best in the world at age 19. But...
  • Hyde5: Arison ($7.1B), Ross ($6.5B) among sports richest

    Hyde5: Arison ($7.1B), Ross ($6.5B) among sports richest
    South Florida teams may be down the list in the standings and many statistics right now, but they rank high in this category: Team owners’ wealth. Micky Arison is the third richest owner in the NBA and Steve Ross is the second richest owner in the...
  • Fittingly, Pats Knew What Was Coming So Legacy Is Secure

    Fittingly, Pats Knew What Was Coming So Legacy Is Secure
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — After all the chatter about legacy and cheating, after so many stories contrasting the only two coaches hired by Robert Kraft, it came down to one stunning decision. The team coached by Pete Carroll, the guy hired and fired by...
  • Small-town watchdogs search for misconduct, misspending

    Small-town watchdogs search for misconduct, misspending
    They are the muckrakers of the farm fields, bloodhounds for small-town waste and corruption, self-appointed guardians of taxpayer money who comb through the books of municipal governments all across Illinois in search of misconduct and misspending. Kirk...
  • Mondelez' Rosenfeld talks strategy as turbulent times continue

     Mondelez' Rosenfeld talks strategy as turbulent times continue
    Mondelez International Chairman and CEO Irene Rosenfeld knows a thing or two about leading a company through tumultuous times. Rosenfeld was part of the team that helped take Kraft Foods public in 2001. She pushed Kraft's hostile bid to buy chocolate-...
  • ITW moves to new headquarters in Glenview

    Illinois Tool Works on Monday completed its move into a new corporate campus in Glenview. After 24 years at its previous location, the industrial conglomerate moved 4 miles southeast to a 48-acre property at the corner of Golf and Waukegan roads. ITW...
  • Tower at Harbor Point starts to rise

    Tower at Harbor Point starts to rise
    Three stories of a new office tower poke above the ground on the waterfront peninsula between Fells Point and Harbor East, dwarfed by a 280-foot yellow crane that represents what's yet to rise. Incessant beeping filled the site Monday as excavators, dump...
  • Deflategate: Pats Staffer Allegedly Gave Unapproved Ball To Refs

    Deflategate: Pats Staffer Allegedly Gave Unapproved Ball To Refs
    INDIANAPOLIS — The Deflategate story took another twist on Tuesday night, with ESPN reporting that a Patriots locker room attendant attempted to put an unapproved special teams football into play during the Patriots' victory over the Colts in the...
  • Mondelez aims to cut costs, update supply chain

    Mondelez aims to cut costs, update supply chain
    Mondelez International is doing what it can to cut costs and improve its production as the maker of Oreo cookies sees limited opportunities for strong near-term sales growth, executives said Tuesday. The company has been updating its supply chain,...
  • Chicago agency helps Wheat Thins find hidden message

    Chicago agency helps Wheat Thins find hidden message
    When The Escape Pod, a small Chicago ad agency, was charged with creating a new campaign for Wheat Thins, an outside-the-box idea came from the box itself. Drop a few letters from the name, and Wheat Thins becomes "Eat This." Drop 700-pound concrete...