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  • Is Shake Shack coming to Chicago a big deal?

    Our relationship with new fast food chains borders on mania. When the Guatemalan fried chicken shop Pollo Campero opened on the Northwest Side in 2005, devotees began lining up at 6 a.m. for the noon opening. Same thing happened when Chick-fil-A opened...
  • Northbrook native opens restaurant downtown

    Northbrook native opens restaurant downtown
    A Northbrook native recently opened a new restaurant in the village's downtown area. House 406, an American-style steak house, opened in the Northbrook Shopping Plaza at the end of July in a vacant space formerly occupied by another dining spot called...
  • Bartering adds new personal finance tool

    Kelly Athena, of Phoenix, has had her home remodeled, hair cut and car fixed, all without writing a check or swiping a credit card. Athena barters her services as a portrait photographer, then banks "barter bucks" with Value Card Alliance, a Phoenix-...
  • DJ Steve Aoki balances decadent party image with business dreams

    DJ Steve Aoki balances decadent party image with business dreams
    It was just past 2 a.m. on one of those "what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas" Saturday nights, and a capacity crowd of more than 3,000 revelers inside the Strip's epically proportioned nightclub Hakkasan Las Vegas were tripping the light fantastic. To...
  • What's left on the menu? Russian restaurateurs wrangle with food ban

    What's left on the menu? Russian restaurateurs wrangle with food ban
    Moscow's sweeping sanctions on European food have sent Russian restaurateurs, retail chains and food producers scrambling for alternative supplies and bracing for Soviet-style shortages. The tit for tat trade restrictions - a response to U.S. and EU...
  • Protests near St. Louis continue for slain teen after riot, arrests

    Protests near St. Louis continue for slain teen after riot, arrests
    Hundreds of protesters gathered at a suburban St. Louis police station on Monday demanding murder charges against an officer who shot to death an unarmed black teenager over the weekend. The largely peaceful protests, monitored by about 50 police...
  • Chicken fries are back at Burger King

    Chicken fries are back at Burger King
    Your fast food prayers have been answered. Chicken fries, the fried chicken slivers shaped like French fries, are back on the menu at Burger King. The fast food chain made the announcement on its Twitter account Monday morning. And they made up their...
  • Fight for civil rights played out along U.S. 40 in Maryland

    Fight for civil rights played out along U.S. 40 in Maryland
    Tucked inside the files at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston are State Department notes from the 1960s detailing racial discrimination along U.S. 40 in Maryland — and warning the president of its implications for the Cold War. One...
  • McDonald's, Yum release supplier data after China food safety scare

    McDonald's, Yum release supplier data after China food safety scare
    Five fast food chains including McDonald's and Yum Brands Inc have published details of their suppliers on their Chinese websites, following a request from Shanghai authorities after the latest food safety scare. Shanghai's Municipal Food and Drug...
  • People on the move

    Finance James E. Tisdale has joined the public accounting firm Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLC. as a client relationship specialist in Boca Raton. Previously, Tisdale worked in the mergers and acquisition and real estate industry. He is the former...
  • What is 'wage theft'?

    What is 'wage theft'?
    Recent high-profile protests across Chicago have brought attention to low-wage workers’ agitation for higher pay, and introduced a phrase that may not be familiar to the average Joe: “wage theft.” It's a dramatic term for something...