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  • Bring equity crowdfunding to Illinois

    Bring equity crowdfunding to Illinois
    Up in Wisconsin, they're doing something creative with craft beer besides brewing it. They're turning microbreweries — and other small businesses — into investment opportunities for individuals. It's an idea worth importing to Illinois, if...
  • The bumpy ride of People Express

    The bumpy ride of People Express
    The deal was: restore daily flights to Boston and New York, and Newport News-Williamsburg International Airport will pay $1.65 million of taxpayer funds to keep People Express in the air. But after two months and a first payment of $650,000 from...
  • Big $60 Million Bonus for Bob Iger Awaits in 2018

    Now that Bob Iger is extending his run as the head of the Walt Disney Co. through 2018, the chairman and CEO could take home as much as $60 million in bonuses. The figure was revealed as part of a filing by Disney with the Securities and Exchange...
  • Disney gives CEO Robert Iger a two-year contract extension

    Disney gives CEO Robert Iger a two-year contract extension
    Walt Disney Co. Chairman and Chief Executive Robert Iger's contract has been extended two years through June 2018, delaying the company's decision on choosing a successor but perhaps only slightly. Iger has headed Disney during a period of unprecedented...
  • JPMorgan: Data breach affects 76 million households, 7 million firms

    JPMorgan: Data breach affects 76 million households, 7 million firms
    A cyberattack that hit JPMorgan Chase this year affects about 76 million households and 7 million small businesses, the banking giant disclosed Thursday. The filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission did not specify when the attack took place,...
  • Report: GM Ordered Replacement Ignition Switches Two Months Before Recall

     
    The New York Times reported today that GM ordered some 500,000 replacement ignition switches from auto-parts supplier Delphi Automotive in December 2013. That was nearly two months before GM told regulators and the general public that the existing...
  • Tribune Media reports lower third-quarter earnings

    Tribune Media reports lower third-quarter earnings
    Tribune Media saw earnings decline by 24 percent in the third quarter, due in part to losses associated with its former publishing business, which it spun off in August. The Chicago-based company reported net income of $38 million, or 38 cents per...
  • Investing: Pimco funds: Hold or fold?

    By now, you've digested the news that bond guru Bill Gross has left Pimco, the firm he cofounded 43 years ago, to join Janus. But what does that mean for the money you have in Pimco funds? Should you stay or go? Our answer: There's no need to panic,...
  • U.S. Auto Parts Network seeks fix for red ink

    U.S. Auto Parts Network seeks fix for red ink
    A Carson company is trying to position itself at the perfect intersection of online DIY and the nation's aging fleet of personal vehicles. U.S. Auto Parts Network Inc. caters to do-it-yourselfers. It sells to people whose idea of the perfect weekend...
  • CEO ordered to pay almost $1 billion in divorce

     CEO ordered to pay almost $1 billion in divorce
    An Oklahoma County judge has ordered Continental Resources Chief Executive Officer Harold Hamm to pay nearly $1 billion in a divorce judgment, according to a court filing made public on Monday. In one of the highest value divorce judgments in U.S....
  • Risky bonds prove costly for Chicago Public Schools

    Risky bonds prove costly for Chicago Public Schools
    Fresh from the world of high-stakes trading, David Vitale arrived at Chicago Public Schools a decade ago with a plan to transform the way it borrowed money. With the district thirsty for cheap cash, plain old municipal bonds weren't good enough anymore,...