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  • Walgreen headquarters debate taxes our senses

     Walgreen headquarters debate taxes our senses
    You know that corner of Happy and Healthy where Walgreens stores advertise that they're located? It's not on a local map. The same fate may be in store for Walgreen Co.'s corporate offices. Investors reportedly want the Deerfield-based drugstore giant...
  • Weather: Severe storms knock out traffic signals, bring down tree limbs

    Weather: Severe storms knock out traffic signals, bring down tree limbs
    A line of severe thunderstorms pounded Orlando on Tuesday afternoon, knocking out power to downtown-area traffic lights and bringing down tree limbs. The strongest measured wind from the system was recorded in Kissimmee at 46 mph, said National Weather...
  • Exclusive: Pemex refineries to boost output in 2014, maintenance peaks in October, November

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Refineries owned by Mexico's state-run oil company Pemex will boost crude processing volumes to their highest rate in five years in 2014, with maintenance work peaking in late autumn, according to a company plan seen by Reuters....
  • With 'Salem,' WGN America hopes to put a spell on TV viewers

    SHREVEPORT, La.— A woodsy stretch of Willow Lake Farm, just outside this city, has been painstakingly built to look like a 17th century New England village, filled with shops and houses with steep-pitched roofs and drab clapboard exteriors....
  • Fuji Heavy plans factory to make Boeing 777X wing boxes: Nikkei

    (Reuters) - Japan's Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd plans to open a plant as early as next year to build wing boxes for Boeing Co's 777X passenger jet, the Nikkei reported. Fuji Heavy, which makes Subaru cars, will likely spend more than 10 billion yen ($98...
  • Space entrepreneur seeks end to spy satellite launch monopoly

     Space entrepreneur seeks end to spy satellite launch monopoly
    A high-stakes battle is underway in Washington over launching the U.S. government's most sophisticated national security satellites. Space entrepreneur Elon Musk is pitted against the nation's two largest weapons makers, Boeing Co. and Lockheed Martin...
  • Separatists in Ukraine's Donetsk vow to take full control of region

    Separatists in Ukraine's Donetsk vow to take full control of region
    DONETSK, Ukraine (Reuters) - Pro-Russian separatists occupying the regional government building in Ukraine's eastern city of Donetsk vowed on Monday to fan out and take control of strategic infrastructure across the province they have declared an...
  • Glenview's construction season to start with Colfax Avenue

    Glenview's construction season to start with Colfax Avenue
    With spring finally here, Glenview residents can expect the start of several construction projects that will help prevent flooding of streets and basements during large rainstorms. One of the first to kick off the construction season is a project that...
  • China's John Zhao seeks more targets in state sector reform

    BEIJING (Reuters) - Hony Capital, the private-equity firm backed by Legend Holdings, is likely to deploy more capital in China's state-owned manufacturing and healthcare sectors as Beijing seeks to further restructure its government-owned companies....
  • GM, Comcast hearings struggle selling stories

     GM, Comcast hearings struggle selling stories
    It is not uncommon for someone to sell a bill of goods when appearing before a Senate or House panel. What's rare for a hearing on Capitol Hill is for an elected official to actually solicit goods. "Somebody can sell me a product at this hearing,...
  • China March commodity imports resilient despite slowing economy

    SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's imports of iron ore and copper soared in March from the previous month in anticipation of higher seasonal demand in the world's top metals consumer, though crude oil shipments dropped after three months of high inbound...