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  • Memo to The New Yorker: yesterday's plutocrats weren't 'progressives'

    In a piece about the whining crybabies among our privileged 1%, James Surowiecki of the New Yorker compares the plutocrats of today to those of the past, to the contemporary breed's disadvantage. One hundred years ago, he writes, "industrial magnates ...
  • Investing: great growth stocks

    Buying shares of a growth company early in its run to greatness is the holy grail of stock picking. But after the stock market's phenomenal five-year bull run, finding undiscovered gems today is no easy feat. So we hunted for companies that could keep...
  • Scott, Crist scramble to raise piles of campaign cash

    Scott, Crist scramble to raise piles of campaign cash
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida's gubernatorial race is already living up to predictions it will be the nation's most costly statehouse slugfest this year. So far, Gov. Rick Scott and challenger Charlie Crist have amassed a combined $54 million, with Scott...
  • A Nobel laureate punctures the myth of the American 'golden age'

    Nobel economist Joseph E. Stiglitz has taken aim at the enduring and dangerous myth that the postwar years ushered in an American golden age of opportunity that can, or should, be recaptured today. In the current Politico Magazine, Stiglitz offers an...
  • Study offers ideas on Geneva library staying put

    Study offers ideas on Geneva library staying put
    The Geneva library could stay at its current location and still increase its square footage and accessibility by shifting its entrance, removing its split level and expanding onto adjacent property, according to an architectural firm. Cordogan, Clark and...
  • Reporter's Notebook: In chili contest, some are hot and some not

    Reporter's Notebook: In chili contest, some are hot and some not
    Looking at my waistline, it's evident that I love food and eat lots of it. If there's a new crazy food trend or a night market within driving distance of where I live, I'll be there. Therefore, when Susan Welfringer, the manager of the Huntington...
  • Head of WGA West on Why Hollywood Needs Net Neutrality

    The battle for an open Internet continues to gain allies. This weekend a proposal in support of net neutrality backed by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and the mayors of San Francisco, Seattle and Tucson will be considered by the U.S. Conference of...
  • More health insurers line up for 2015 Illinois exchange

    Eight insurance companies are seeking approval to sell 504 health plans next year on the Illinois health insurance exchange, a noteworthy increase from 2014, the state said Thursday. The surge in interest in the Illinois exchange allays widespread...
  • At SwitchPitch, big companies pitch projects to tech start-ups

     At SwitchPitch, big companies pitch projects to tech start-ups
    Start-up entrepreneurs are used to pitching their ideas to investors and big-name companies, hoping somebody will give them a break. But the tables were turned recently at SwitchPitch, a role-reversal tech event where start-ups gathered to hear...
  • Probation department probe to begin

     Probation department probe to begin
    As an investigation into the Cook County Adult Probation Department ordered by the county's chief judge begins, a focus will be the department's little-known and controversial partnerships with the FBI and other law enforcement agencies. Joseph...
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