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  • Grocers, restaurants, food-makers foresee healthy issues in 2015

    Grocers, restaurants, food-makers foresee healthy issues in 2015
    The food industry saw several twists and turns in 2014. Higher costs led to price increases on everything from cheese slices to chocolate bars. Store openings, several in spaces that were closed Dominick's locations, and expanding delivery services gave...
  • North Korea surfaces in Sony investigators' probe into hack

    Cyber investigators looking for the culprits of a devastating hack into Sony Pictures Entertainment have found some links to North Korea — hacking tools similar to those used by that country in previous attacks on South Korea. A person familiar...
  • Sony tries to contain damage as hackers leak more data

    Sony tries to contain damage as hackers leak more data
    Sony executives are struggling to contain damage in the aftermath of a hacking that leaked several finished films, personal information about thousands of employees and other confidential documents. On Wednesday, hackers distributed digital files that...
  • How will Google, Apple shake up car insurance industry?

    How will Google, Apple shake up car insurance industry?
    Car insurance industry, meet potential disrupters Google and Apple. Currently, nearly all mainstream insurers that offer driver-monitoring programs use relatively expensive devices that plug into a portal under the dashboard. Usage-based insurance...
  • Holiday spending forecast calls for modest growth in Chicago

     Holiday spending forecast calls for modest growth in Chicago
    Ryan Wojcik is in high spirits heading into the holidays. He is in a new city, has several promising job prospects on the horizon, and is in a better financial position than he was a few years ago, when he graduated from Purdue University with a...
  • John E. Kuhn, accountant

    John E. Kuhn, accountant
    John E. Kuhn, a certified public accountant whose career spanned more than four decades, died Wednesday at Stella Maris Hospice of complications from dementia. He was 78. The son of Dr. John James Kuhn, a physician, and Frances Earley Kuhn, a homemaker,...
  • Among Chicago's public companies, it's still a man's world

     Among Chicago's public companies, it's still a man's world
    This is what stagnation looks like. As of 2013, nearly 85 percent of the executive officers at the 50 largest publicly traded companies in Chicago were men. And 82 percent of the directors of those companies were men. Continuing a four-year trend,...
  • Rick Weddle: Central Florida is seeing positive jobs growth

    Rick Weddle: Central Florida is seeing positive jobs growth
    Rick Weddle is president and CEO of the Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission, a role he has held since March 2011. The commission represents a four-county region of Orange, Seminole, Lake and Osceola counties, and the City of Orlando. Since...
  • Jury duty: Voting on the auto world's most coveted prize

    Jury duty: Voting on the auto world's most coveted prize
    This past July I had the honor of being named to the North American Car and Truck/Utility of the Year jury. NACTOY, as it is known, has been the most respected and coveted automotive award for years, but I never knew the mechanics of how it really...
  • United Technologies CEO Announces Immediate Retirement

    United Technologies CEO Announces Immediate Retirement
    In a surprising move, United Technologies Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Louis R. Chênevert has informed the company’s board of directors of his immediate retirement, the company announced Monday. The board tapped Gregory J. Hayes, the...
  • Though cheered by Wall Street, most mergers don't work out for buyers

    — Wall Street's big business — helping companies buy other companies — is hotter than it's been in years. When pharmaceuticals giant Actavis said it was buying Allergan Inc. in Irvine and Halliburton said it would take over rival oil-...