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  • Newspapers diversifying to sustain their journalism
    With the acquisition of the Elgin-based Village Profile, Paddock Publications intends to further expand a niche it began carving out in 2009. It's part of a strategy of diversifying to new lines of business as income from traditional print advertising channels has declined in recent years.
  • Suburban newspapers poised for change if sold by Sun-Times
    A group of long-standing suburban newspapers could be poised for more changes amid speculation that owner Wrapports LLC is in talks to sell them to Tribune Publishing.
  • Can one family bring Long Grove back to glory days?
    In its heyday, buses of tourists flocked historic downtown Long Grove, a retreat tucked away from suburban sprawl. But  the old formula isn't working. Now, the future of Long Grove appears to rest heavily on the Forsythe family, which has quietly bought 17 buildings -- or about one-third of the downtown.
    
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  • With heightened concern and awareness of Ebola, a Lake County medical supply company is manning hundreds of calls daily from hospitals while seeing jumps in orders for protective equipment. 
  • 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. 
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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