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  • McDonald's CEO: No heat from breakfast competition
    OAK BROOK--  McDonald's CEO Don Thompson said the company hasn't seen any impact from the "most recent competitor" in the breakfast space. In apparent references to Subway and Taco Bell, he also noted that McDonald's seems to face new rivals every year in the mornings, whether they're "sandwich shops or taco shops 
  • McDonald's profit slips amid weak sales
    OAK BROOK - McDonald's said that its profit slipped in the first quarter as global sales remained weak for the world's biggest hamburger chain. 
  • SPRING GROVE –  Energy management company Intermatic said its LightMaster LM2-O-120 lighting control system has been named the Lighting Control Equipment Category Winner in EC&M’s 2014 Product of the Year competition. 
  • Bryan Real was operating his own vending company when he decided the machines, mainly found in offices, needed better tasting hot chocolate and cappuccino mixes. He created his own, and he watched sales in his machines spike 40 percent. 
  • "Selling is a road map to the bank … not a place to get your psychological needs met!" So began one of the most memorable conversations I had with my mentor, David Sandler. Far too many salespeople use their success in sales to boost their self-worth and, unfortunately, those who do become vulnerable to their customers’ and prospects’ manipulation. 
  • The time has come to part ways with the Windows XP operating platform, the stalwart of business IT systems for more than a decade. As of April 8, Microsoft ended its support for that version of its ubiquitous Windows operating platform. 
Zengeler Cleaners' Glass Slipper Project
Northbrook-based Zenegler Cleaners gathers, cleans and donates prom dresses to disadvantaged Chicago teens.
Zengeler Cleaners' Glass Slipper Project
Northbrook-based Zenegler Cleaners gathers, cleans and donates prom dresses to disadvantaged Chicago teens.
Bob Mariano's grocery empire
Mariano's CEO Bob Mariano talks about why his grocery stores are so popular with customers.
Des Plaines to solicit new operators for theater
City officials plan to solicit proposals to try and reopen the iconic downtown venue
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