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Tuesday, July 22, 2014 11:18 AM
  • Gallagher's global plan to insure its future
    Itasca-based Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., which started in 1927 as a family-owned firm and has since grown into a publicly traded company, has faced some tough economic and legal times. Yet it still moved ahead to establish operations in 24 countries and offer services in more than 140 countries through a network of correspondent brokers and consultants.
  • Entrepreneur takes chance on Lake Zurich waterfront
    LAKE ZURICH -- Bobby Razes saw more than a tired former restaurant on Old Rand Road near Lake Zurich's waterfront when it was put up for sale. He saw opportunity. Razes is renovating the former Eng's Tea House and renaming it Bobbers Bar and Grill.
  • Gallagher could get $30 million for Rolling Meadows move
    ROLLING MEADOWS -- Insurance broker Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. will receive up to $30 million from a tax increment financing district that lasts 15 years rather than the standard 23, but other details of the company's planned move back to Rolling Meadows remain under negotiation.
    
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  • CHICAGO — Businesses outside the information technology sector have been less likely to seek cyber liability insurance, even after reports of data breaches at Target and other major businesses, according to small business insurance provider Insureon. 
  • McDonald's profit slips; U.S. sales decline

    OAK BROOK — McDonald's Corp. said its profit slipped in the second quarter as sales in the U.S. continued to flag.

     
  • CHICAGO -- R. R. Donnelley & Sons has been recognized with the 2013 Sears Canada Inc. Partners in Progress award in recognition of its performance in supporting Sears Canada with catalog and other printing, logistics and related services. This is the third consecutive year that RR Donnelley received this award. 
  • Deal reached to save Town Center in Wheeling
    WHEELING -- An agreement announced  between Wheeling and four other governing bodies apparently will save the $150 million Town Center planned for the site that once held Wickes Furniture. 
  • CHICAGO – FONA International, Inc.,  of Geneva was among eight suburban companies named to the Elite list at the  annual “Chicago’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For” event presented by the National Association for Business Resources. 

  • ARLINGTON HEIGHTS -- The village will soon have a third resale store in the same area along Rand Road. Holy Family Ministries, a Chicago-based church, will open a 9,800-square-foot resale shop at 1101 E. Rand Road near a Salvation Army and Goodwill store following approval from the village board. 
  • Even when he was growing up in Lake Zurich, Ryan Coon knew he had an entrepreneurial spirit. That entrepreneurial path has led Coon from the suburbs to Chicago and now Silicon Valley, where he is working to grow his online business Rentalutions into what he hopes will become the standard for the rental property industry.
     
  • Cindy Henning aspired to create that small town feel when opening her business, Sugar Mom Treats in downtown Western Springs. 
  • How is your stress-life? It seems like the number one area I am addressing in coaching today is the reduction of high levels of stress. As peak performing salespeople try to accomplish more in their work day, their stress level seems to increase exponentially. 
Chase employees pack meals for hungry families in Elgin
Roughly 250 Chase Bank employees in Elgin packed 30,000 meals for local families in need.
Chase employees pack meals for hungry families in Elgin
Roughly 250 Chase Bank employees in Elgin packed 30,000 meals for local families in need.
Mariano's CEO speaks to Schaumburg Business Association
Bob Mariano, CEO of the Mariano's grocery store chain, speaks at the Schaumburg Business Association's "Good Morning Schaumburg" program.
New Motorola technology
Motorola Solutions unveils new technology for first responders

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