Chicago Business

Oct
18
Metra won't increase fares, restoring full service in 2022

Metra won't increase fares, restoring full service in 2022

Metra approved a new, $900 million operating budget for 2022 on Wednesday. It assumes Metra will start 2022 with ridership at about 25% of pre-pandemic levels, and that it will grow to about 35% by the end of the year.
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Sep
03
Kraft Heinz, former officials settle SEC charges for $62 million

Kraft Heinz, former officials settle SEC charges for $62 million

The Chicago-based Kraft Heinz Co. did not admit or deny the SEC's findings but agreed to avoid future violations and pay a civil penalty.
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Aug
27
The City of Chicago Accuses DoorDash and Grubhub of Misleading Restaurants and Customers

The City of Chicago Accuses DoorDash and Grubhub of Misleading Restaurants and Customers

Both companies responded to Mayor Lightfoot's decision to file the suit with strong statements.
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Aug
25
Chicago to Require COVID-19 Vaccine for City Workers

Chicago to Require COVID-19 Vaccine for City Workers

Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Wednesday that city workers and volunteers will have to submit proof of full vaccination via an online portal by October 15.
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Jan
31
Opinion: Ken Griffin's Citadel Bets Big on Goliath as David Grabs his Sling

Opinion: Ken Griffin's Citadel Bets Big on Goliath as David Grabs his Sling

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Aug
17
Opinion: The Laughable "It's Just Property...They Have Insurance" Argument

Opinion: The Laughable "It's Just Property...They Have Insurance" Argument

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