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  • Hotel, parking garage among possibilities for Des Plaines property

    DES PLAINES -- Hotels, restaurants, retail, parking garages and gas stations are among the possibilities for long-dormant land in Des Plaines near O'Hare International Airport.

  • Newsmakers: New rules forcing employee handbook review

    A number of new laws and court rulings over the past year are requiring businesses to review their employee handbooks to assure they comply, according to a panel of experts speaking at the Daily Herald Business Ledger Newsmakers' Forum on Human Resources, Insurance and Benefits Thursday.

  • Is rehab in the works for struggling Hanover Park mall?

    HANOVER PARK -- The village of Hanover Park would retain a 90 percent ownership stake in a struggling strip mall under a proposed deal with a developer who wants to invest in a multimillion-dollar facelift to the shopping center on Barrington Road.

    
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  • AT&T, which has its Midwest headquarters in Hoffman Estates, is expected to announce that it will launch its U-verse GigaPower in parts of Elgin, Oswego, Plainfield, Skokie, Yorkville and elsewhere today. Chicago is expected to get the ultra-high speed service later, the company said. 
  • CHICAGO — Online daily deal service Groupon is selling its controlling stake in Ticket Monster to a partnership formed by KKR and Anchor Equity Partners for $360 million.

     
  • GRAYSLAKE -- Street names like Hedgerow Drive, Thimbleweed Road and Prairie Trail evoke the natural image that has been the foundation of Prairie Crossing, long hailed as a conservation community in Grayslake. 
  • In the quest of enlighten the public and garner more interest in science and technology, STEM-based organizations are turning to comedy and the arts to make the seemingly daunting subjects more appealing to the masses.  The Chicago Council on Science and Technology  has brought on local comedian Aaron Freeman as its first “artist in residence.”
     
  • Growing up in Deerfield, Mike Dorfman was one of those kids who enjoyed working on cars, playing the drums and inventing things. It’s these characteristics that have driven him to run a successful musical instrument manufacturing company for the past 25 years. 
  • Somewhere between the ages of 20 and 21 (personal enlightenment), I rededicated myself to education, personal development, and professional development. And I’ve stayed on that track for more than 45 years. My goal then, and my goal now, is learning something new every day. 
  • The American College of Chest Physicians, based in Glenview, said Robert A. Musacchio, Ph.D., has joined the organization as CHEST’s senior vice president of business development and chief operating officer of CHEST Enterprises, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of CHEST. 
  • McHenry County College: Katrina K. McGuire
    McHenry County College in Crystal Lake has named Katrina K. McGuire as executive director of the Friends of McHenry County College Foundation. 
  • Morgan Stanley announced Scott Magnesen, a managing director, wealth management and financial advisor in the firm’s Oak Brook Wealth Management office, has been named to The Financial Times’ 2015 list of America’s Top 400 Financial Advisors 
Mike Dorfman, CEO of Trick Drums
Mike Dorfman, CEO of Trick Drums in Arlington Heights, talks about his 25-year custom drum business.
Mike Dorfman, CEO of Trick Drums
Mike Dorfman, CEO of Trick Drums in Arlington Heights, talks about his 25-year custom drum business.
Elk Grove company's March Madness
How Connor Sports is literally on the floor at the NCAA basketball Final Four in Indianapolis.
CLC Science and Engineering Building
College of Lake County breaks ground on new Science and Engineering Building
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