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Masked merchants re-open Friday at Woodfield Mall after two-month hiatus

Dennis Savchenko of Talk N'Fix at Woodfield Mall opened Friday, May 29, the first day the...

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Microsoft CTO: Artificial Intelligence frees executives to innovate

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IPO market recovers from summer doldrums

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SES Chicago to feature Avinash Kaushik

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Waukegan gaming company reports lower third-quarter sales, income

By Dave Cassilo Medill News Service -- Waukegan-based slot machine maker WMS Industries reported third-quarter net income of $24.2 million, or...

Sittercity’s expansion plans get boost with new venture capital

With an eye on expansion, Chicago-based Sittercity has raised $22.6 million in venture capital, the Chicago Tribune reported. Two Chicago-based...

As silver nears $50 an ounce, coin merchants report short supply

With silver prices soaring, some Chicago  merchants are struggling to keep coins and bars in stock. Photo by Jamie Coughlin. By Jamie Coughlin --...

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Masked merchants re-open Friday at Woodfield Mall after two-month hiatus

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My view: Bring in the $600 weekly checks

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