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United Airlines, whose CEO expressed support for mandatory vaccines, instead gives pilots incentives to get the shot

United Airlines, whose CEO had expressed support for employers to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine, will provide incentives to pil.....»»

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Marijuana tech firm Fyllo moving headquarters to Old Post Office

Marijuana technology firm Fyllo is mov.....»»

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Central Camera determined to rebuild

One year after Central Camera's 120-year-old store burned during the civil unrest that followed the killing of Georg.....»»

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One year after civil unrest, Central Camera owner determined to rebuild ‘living museum’ in the Loop. ‘There’s so few cameras stores left.’

Central Camera is still rebuilding a year after a devastating fire during massive civil unrest surrounding the murder of George Floyd. The owner is eyeing an August.....»»

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Alden closes $633 million purchase of Tribune Publishing; puts newspaper chain in debt and hedge fund president in charge

Alden Global Capital has completed its $633 million purchase of Tribune Publishing, taking the Chicago-based newspaper chain private and adding the Chicago Tribune and other major dailies to the h.....»»

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Chicago Bull Zach LaVine sells Lakeview mansion for $3M

Chicago Bulls guard Zach LaVine on May 21 sold his five-bedroom mansion in Lakeview for $3 million.Chicago Bulls guard Zach LaVine on May 21 sold his five-bedroom mansion in Lakeview for $3 million......»»

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Moderna says its COVID-19 vaccine effective in kids as young as 12, will seek FDA approval

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Wrigley sues over cannabis-infused ‘Skittles,’ as candy-makers try to protect their brands — and also, they argue, your kids

Big Candy, vilified in the wellness era as a primary source of refined sugar, has become an unlikely sheriff in the Wild West of recreational marijuana as candy-makers face products like Stoney Patch Kids, Buttafingazzz and Cari.....»»

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Hedge fund Alden closes $633 million Tribune Publishing acquisition; newspaper chain is delisted from stock market

Alden Global Capital has completed its $633 million purchase of Tribune Publishing, taking the Chicago-based newspaper chain private and adding the Chicago Tribune and other major dailies to the h.....»»

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Illinois colleges are losing Black students. Turning that around is key not just for equity but to ‘build jobs’ here, advocates say.

Schools need to take the lead in improving equity for students of color, advocates say.Schools need to take the lead in improving equity for students of color, advocates say......»»

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Hedge fund Alden closes $633 million Tribune Publishing acquisition

Alden Global Capital completed its $633 million purchase of Tribune Publishing late Monday, taking the Chicago-based newspaper chain private and adding the Chicago Tribune and other major dailies to the hedge fun.....»»

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Federal judge refuses to block restaurant aid priority for women, minorities

The judge wrote that “Congress has gathered myriad evidence suggesting that small businesses owned by minorities ... have suffered more severely than other .....»»

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Onetime rock musician John Hunter sells Loop condo for $1.4M

Onetime rock musician John Hunter and his wife, Debbie, on May 18 sold their three-bed.....»»

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UIC law school to drop John Marshall name, citing former chief justice’s slaveholding, racist views

University of Illinois trustees have voted to remove the name of John Marshall from the University of .....»»

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Feds order Real Water recall amid reports of death, illness

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The latest COVID-19 vaccination incentive: Free airline flights on United

United Airlines has joined the list of companies offering incentives to encourage customers to get COVID-19 vaccinations.United Airlines has joined the list of companies offering incentives to encourage customers to get COVID-19 vaccinations......»»

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Business economists predict 6.5% growth, best in 37 years, as pandemic eases

A survey being Monday by the National Association for Business Economics found that its panel expects the economy to expand 6.5% this year, a dram.....»»

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Peloton plans to build first US factory in Ohio, add 2K jobs

Peloton Interactive plans to break ground on its first U.S. factory in Troy Township, Ohio, over the summer. The exercise equipment maker said the Peloton Output Park will make the Peloton Bike, Bike+ and Peloton Tre.....»»

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DeSantis signs Big Tech censorship bill, despite constitutional concerns

Gov. Ron DeSantis signed the controversial “Big Tech” bill into law on Monday, a.....»»

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Taiwan’s COVID-19 crisis could make global semiconductor shortage even worse

Taiwan is paying the price for a lack of vaccines, with a surge in virus cases that threatens to trigger a lockdown that could disrupt the chip industry that .....»»

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