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  • Mexicana Alsea dice entra en Brasil con restaurantes P.F Chang's

    MONTERREY México (Reuters) - El operador mexicano de restaurantes y cafeterías Alsea dijo el jueves que abrió la primera unidad de P.F Chang's en Brasil, con la que comienza sus operaciones en la mayor economía de América Latina. Alsea, que opera cadenas...
  • San Francisco looks to alter chain store rules to help small businesses

    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - City leaders in San Francisco are looking to modify limits on chain stores and eateries put in place by a 2006 vote of residents, as officials express concern some small businesses the measure was meant to protect are being...
  • Des Plaines might restructure TIF to spur development

    Des Plaines might restructure TIF to spur development
    Des Plaines city officials have a new plan to spur development on five vacant acres on the corner of Mannheim and Higgins roads. The plan calls for reducing the size of the city's sixth tax increment financing district — which includes a car wash,...
  • Fortinet cyber security business opens HQ in Sunrise

    Fortinet cyber security business opens HQ in Sunrise
    Cyber threats know no borders, so the business of cyber security is booming worldwide. That's why a noted California company that provides network security for enterprises has just opened a Latin American and Caribbean headquarters in Sunrise, employing...
  • A Crumbs revival: Lemonis to reopen select stores in L.A., elsewhere

    A Crumbs revival: Lemonis to reopen select stores in L.A., elsewhere
    The closed Crumbs Bake Shop Inc. store on Larchmont Boulevard in Los Angeles, along with a handful of others across the country, soon will be back in business -- with a new line of desserts as part of a revamped game plan. The new Crumbs will offer...
  • Starbucks abre tienda en Colombia, el hogar de Juan Valdéz

    (Reuters) - Starbucks Corp abrió el miércoles su primera tienda en Colombia, 43 años después de que la mayor cadena de cafeterías del mundo comenzó a comprar granos del producto en el país sudamericano, conocido por la alta calidad de su café arábiga. La...
  • $500,000 in TIF funds recommended for former hotel site

    $500,000 in TIF funds recommended for former hotel site
    With questions over potential tenants answered, two of three members of Elmhurst's Finance Committee agreed Monday to recommend approval of up to $500,000 in tax increment financing funds for the developer of the former Waverton Hotel site. The project,...
  • Murdoch tells G20 governments to take a back seat for growth

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - Media mogul Rupert Murdoch on Thursday criticized excessive financial regulation as stymieing free markets and urged Group of 20 governments to "take a back seat" to allow businesses to drive economic growth. Murdoch also said U.S....
  • Mayor at center of Dakota oil boom is optimistic about troubles

    As new mayor of one of the nation's fastest-growing small cities, Howard Klug must steer Williston, N.D., through traffic woes, high rents and an increase in crime. The oil boom in the Williston Basin has brought with it thousands of people from out of...
  • Comcast service in Baltimore is atrocious [Letter]

    Comcast service in Baltimore is atrocious [Letter]
    I am outraged at the assertions made by Tom Coughlin of Comcast in his letter to The Sun ("Comcast provides competitive services in Baltimore," July 9). His claims that Comcast operates in a highly competitive market are laughable. Comcast is our only...
  • Global business leaders push for infrastructure funding overhaul

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - International business leaders are lobbying the Group of 20 bloc of advanced and developing countries to tackle a $57 trillion shortfall in global infrastructure, pressing for changes to funding rules they say would help big projects...