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  • RIVERWOODS - Discover Financial Services says its third-quarter net income increased nearly 9 percent to beat market expectations. 
  • CHICAGO -- Published reports Tuesday said Wrapports LLC, owner of the Chicago Sun-Times and several suburban newspapers, plans to sell its suburban daily and weekly newspapers to Tribune Publishing. 
  • OAK BROOK --McDonald's said Tuesday a key sales figure declined 3.3 percent in the U.S., marking the fourth straight quarter of declines for the world's biggest hamburger chain. By contrast, Chipotle reported a 19.8 percent increase in sales at established locations a day earlier. McDonald's is far bigger than Chipotle, but it nevertheless acknowledges it needs to work on fixing some problems.

     
  • GLENVIEW -- Illinois Tool Works Inc. reported its highest ever operating income total in its third quarter 2014 results, attributing it to a strong demand in its auto parts, food equipment and other businesses.

     
  • Upscale Italian restaurant opening in Palatine
    PALATINE -- Luigi's Italian Bistro, a new upscale restaurant, will open soon where Vittorio De Roma was at 154 W. Northwest Highway in Palatine. 
  • BATAVIA -- The village is seeking permission to extend the life of a downtown tax-increment financing district. meant to provide financial incentives for development, even though that district doesn't expire until 2027. 
  • October 24, 2014 marked the 20th anniversary of the formation of my training and development business. I left my last position in the corporate world in May, 1994 and spent the next few months contemplating what to do with the rest of my business life. 
  • Hackers have been in the news almost regularly this year, as cybercriminals have successfully breached the networks of dozens of major companies from Target and JP Morgan Chase to Jewel/Osco. But you don’t have to be a Fortune 500 company to be the victim of cybercrime. 
  • A Barrington businessman recently released a book that addresses changes he believes must be made to improve the wholesale distribution industry.

     
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Nic Zito of Choose DuPage gives a tour of Rev3 Innovation Center's new facility in Naperville
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Nic Zito of Choose DuPage gives a tour of Rev3 Innovation Center's new facility in Naperville
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An Arlington Heights man and his Chicago-based firm have developed and patented a personal security smartphone app.
Newsmakers' Forum: Managing a Family Business
Lisa Tomscheck, president of Arthur Clesen in Lincolnshire, speaks at the Daily Herald Business Ledger Newsmakers' Forum: Managing a Family Business
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