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  • DEERFIELD -- Horizon Pharma Inc., a Deerfield-based specialty drugmaker, plans to shift its corporate address to Ireland today, defying a threat by Democratic lawmakers to unwind such maneuvers retroactively. 
  • HOFFMAN ESTATES -- Eddie Lampert’s $400 million loan to Sears Holdings Corp. is enough to keep the 128-year-old retailer going for three months. It’ll need 10 times that capital if it hopes to see its 130th birthday. 
  • SPTINGFIELD --The Illinois Commerce Commission  approved a $46.2 million Commonwealth Edison settlement over lawsuits with the state that could mean refunds of about $8 for customers on their November electric bills, the Illinois attorney general's office said.

     
  • INVERNESS -- For the last 14 years, cancer patients and their loved ones have gone to The Wellness Place in Inverness for support, therapy and resources, all free, to help them through their journey.

     
  • GLEN ELLYN -- The union representing College of DuPage's 306 full-time faculty members announced Thursday a first-time "no confidence" vote in the leadership of President Robert Breuder, blaming him for helping create "an environment of turmoil, distrust, fear and intimidation."

     
  • ROLLING MEADOWS -- In the two weeks since the Ray Rice video broke onto the consciousness of NFL fans everywhere, calls to the state domestic abuse hotline have doubled, and the WINGS Safe House in Rolling Meadows has turned away 80 women and children, says Rebecca Darr, WINGS CEO. 
  • Rev3 Innovation Center, the suburban-based manufacturing-technology business incubator being supported by Choose DuPage, is starting itself up within the Northern Illinois University’s Naperville Campus at 1120 E. Diehl Road. 
  • Maintaining a patient, conservative approach to growth is an important role for Gene Faut, president of 3D Exhibits, a company that has seen huge success over the years.
     
  • Selling is a rigorous profession that inherently drains energy from any salesperson at a rapid rate. It takes an incredible amount of focus and discipline to be consistently successful and salespeople must learn to recognize when they are running on fumes. 
Rev3 finds a home in Naperville
Nic Zito of Choose DuPage gives a tour of Rev3 Innovation Center's new facility in Naperville
Rev3 finds a home in Naperville
Nic Zito of Choose DuPage gives a tour of Rev3 Innovation Center's new facility in Naperville
'Personal security' app teams smartphone, aerial drone
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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