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  • LINCOLNSHIRE-- Zebra Technologies Corp. is borrowing money to fund most of its $3.45 billion purchase of a Motorola Solutions Inc. unit, piling on debt in a bet on the future of tracking technology. 
  • LIBERTYVILLE TOWNSHIP -- Abbott Laboratories, the largest maker of heart stents and adult nutritional beverages, said first-quarter profit beat dampened expectations, with only the diagnostic unit turning in higher sales. 
  • Factory output extended solid gains in March
    WASHINGTON — U.S. factory output rose further last month, extending strong growth from February after harsh weather had caused production to tumble in January. Manufacturers produced more furniture, clothing, chemicals and aerospace products. 
  • ROSEMONT -- Wintrust Financial Corp. said net income for the first quarter of 2014 rose 8 percent based on stronger loan and deposit growth.
     
  • PALATINE -- Four businesses -- a limousine service, a day spa, an optometry office and a dog groomer -- had their petitions to establish themselves in Palatine or move to a new location within the village approved by the village council this week. 
  • Developer withdraws plan to buy Batavia building
    BATAVIA -- Corcoran Commercial Real Estate of St. Charles is withdrawing its proposal to purchase Thomle Building at 2 E. Wilson St because it couldn't reach an agreement to also buy the privately owned building next to it 
  • 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. 
  • Jessica Grasse grew up in the Gurnee area and holds vivid memories of her trips to Door County where she spent quality time with her family.
    Grasse’s grandmother lived in Door County and several times a year her family would head north to swim, hike and enjoy the festivals and parades along with the autumn colors.
     
  • When you’re giving your sales presentation, do you really know what the customer is thinking or what they’re asking themselves as you’re presenting? I doubt it. You’re too busy trying to sell.

     
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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