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  • Illinois firms keep $100 billion in foreign profit from U.S. tax man

    Illinois firms keep $100 billion in foreign profit from U.S. tax man
    Six of Illinois' biggest companies hold a combined $100 billion in profits overseas, a strategy that keeps those earnings from being subject to U.S. corporate income taxes. The tax-trimming move by those and 44 other U.S. companies with global...
  • McDonald's Happy Meals problem

    Part of what has hurt McDonald's in its quest to win over millennials — the much coveted demographic group that seems at best ambivalent about the Golden Arches — is so simple an 8-year-old girl could understand it. Luckily, I have an 8-...
  • McDonald's shares fall near two-year low

    McDonald's shares fall near two-year low
    McDonald’s shares sunk to their lowest level since early 2013 on Monday, a day before the company is expected to report its third consecutive decline in monthly sales at established stores. McDonald’s, the world’s largest restaurant...
  • Living on the bare minimum

    Living on the bare minimum
    There's little room for surprises in James Collins' monthly scramble to manage rent, bills, debts and gas. The $250 repair bill for his fiancee's engagement ring didn't fit the budget. So he asked the jeweler if he could add the repair cost to his one-...
  • Patapsco special-ed students can't serve coffee at school, will now sell slushies

    Patapsco special-ed students can't serve coffee at school, will now sell slushies
    For Austin Bradburn, a fresh cup of coffee, brewed and delivered during the busy early-morning hallway rush, became an unlikely path into the complex social world of his high school. Bradburn and eight fellow Patapsco High School special-education...
  • Raising the minimum wage: Would it help or hurt L.A.?

    Raising the minimum wage: Would it help or hurt L.A.?
    On Labor Day, Mayor Eric Garcetti proposed raising the minimum wage for all workers in Los Angeles, eventually reaching a minimum of $13.25 an hour in 2017. Reactions were immediate. Organized labor applauded the proposal; business groups warned that it...
  • Keeping the wedding party going and going

    Keeping the wedding party going and going
    When Michael and Melissa Peters began planning their wedding, they knew that when the reception was over, they wouldn't be ready for the night to end. So after the last dance, instead of sending their guests off to the hotel, the Peters kept the party...
  • Big-name stocks have lagged the bull market run the last 3 years

    When investors think of "growth" stocks, some classic American names usually come to mind: Coca-Cola Co., Wal-Mart Stores Inc., McDonald's Corp., Procter & Gamble Co. But many of those classics have taken a back seat in the bull market's advance over...
  • Pet necessities store opens

    Pet necessities store opens
    Pet Supplies Plus, a franchised pet store based in Michigan, has set its grand opening for 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Friday at 9430 W. 159th St. in Orland Park. The store is the company's 15th location in the Chicago area. There are more than 250 locations in...
  • Burger joints stacking up in Chicago

    Burger joints stacking up in Chicago
    The Chicago burger market is getting more crowded, as well-known chains plant their stakes, aiming to prove that there is plenty of room to grow in McDonald's backyard. Checkers, a drive-thru-focused fast-food chain, says Chicago is one of its main...
  • McDonald's Australia rolls out gourmet burgers with beets, guacamole, more

    McDonald's Australia rolls out gourmet burgers with beets, guacamole, more
    A burger topped with tomato jam and a fried egg and served on a fancy wooden board is something you'd expect to find at a trendy gastropub in Los Angeles. In Australia, it's just another meal at McDonald's.  The fast-food chain is testing a gourmet...