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  • Absent CTA workers force riders to wait

    Absent CTA workers force riders to wait
    The odds of experiencing a bad commute on the CTA are greater on Mondays and Fridays and during the run-up to rush periods, all because of canceled buses and trains, a Tribune examination of performance data has found. The worst month for canceled runs...
  • Making a game out of work

    Making a game out of work
    Companies are trying to bring more play to the workday. Striving to make everyday business tasks more engaging, a growing number of firms, including International Business Machines Corp. and consulting firm Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ltd., are...
  • Weddings & Engagements: Three Ellicott City families announce engagements

    Valerie Cappelaere and Sean Delaney Doreen and Pat Cappelaere, of Ellicott City, announce the engagement of their daughter, Valerie Alice Cappelaere, to Sean Michael Delaney, son of Maryann and Mike Delaney, of Gaithersburg. The bride-to-be is a 2009...
  • Deloitte To Expand In Stamford As Latest Addition To State's First Five Program

    Deloitte To Expand In Stamford As Latest Addition To State's First Five Program
    — Deloitte, a giant international accounting, consulting and financial advising firm, will receive between $9 million and $14.5 million in state tax dollars to expand its workforce in Connecticut over the next 61/2 years, the governor announced...
  • World's Largest Hedge Fund To Get Up To $115M In State Assistance

    World's Largest Hedge Fund To Get Up To $115M In State Assistance
    The world's largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates of Westport, announced an ambitious expansion plan Wednesday that includes building a new headquarters and nearly doubling its staff in the next decade, all with generous state help — up to $115...
  • Andrea Hanis: Profiles inform, inspire -- and tee up interest

    Andrea Hanis: Profiles inform, inspire -- and tee up interest
    Stories about business executives can pack as much drama as any fictional tale, once you understand the plot. Since the Tribune launched a weekly in-depth profile of a Chicago-area executive in the Business section last year, we’ve written about...
  • Motel 6 bought by Hilton owner Blackstone for $1.9 billion

    Motel 6 bought by Hilton owner Blackstone for $1.9 billion
    Motel 6 and Studio 6, the no-frills budget hotel chains that once offered rooms for $6 a night, are being sold by French parent Accor for $1.9 billion. Their new owner, an affiliate of private equity firm Blackstone Group, already owns Hilton Worldwide....
  • Communities of Greatest Need

    Communities of Greatest Need
    To determine United Way Partner Communities, experts from Metro Chicago Information Center (MCIC), Loyola University and Deloitte LLP developed an analysis based on understanding where the areas of most economic need existed around our region and which of...
  • The Cornerstone of Success: Education

    The Cornerstone of Success: Education
    It might begin with a child discovering a new word through a volunteer reading to them. Or perhaps a teen struggling in class receives the additional attention needed to pass a math test. These small acts can trigger years of learning and academic...
  • UWMC Board of Directors

    Chairperson Ellen Costello Chief Executive Officer & US Country Head BMO Financial Corporation Vice chairs Deborah L. DeHaas Vice Chairman & Central Regional Managing Partner, Deloitte LLP Jay L. Henderson Vice Chairman, Client Service...
  • Staggered overnight store openings temper Black Friday crowds at Glendale Galleria

    A rotating schedule of overnight and early-morning store openings significantly eased the Black Friday crowds at the Glendale Galleria, producing a much calmer scene compared to years past. Black Friday used to be confined to early-morning store...