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Tribune reportersA Chicago corporate landlord has set the Internet world abuzz by suing a former resident for a seemingly offhand remark on Twitter about her "moldy" apartment. The libel suit by Horizon Group Management alleged that Amanda Bonnen "maliciously and...
Tribune staff reportersIMMEDIATE IMPACT Tourism: The Land of Lincoln will enjoy another "presidential halo effect" on its tourism industry, observers say. The Chicago Convention and Tourism Bureau predicts increased interest in South Side areas tied to Obama and in...
Washington BureauBarack Obama's presidential bid may have a well-cultivated insurgent feel, as the candidate both benefits and suffers politically from a relatively thin record of experience in Washington. But the swelling team of policy advisers who have joined his...
Sun StaffSAMUEL ALITO Age: 55 School: Yale Law School Background:: Deputy assistant attorney general under President Ronald Reagan, U.S. attorney for the District of New Jersey. Currently: Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit (appointed 1990)....
Tribune staff reporterTwo key unions at United Airlines are making their boldest moves yet against Chief Executive Glenn Tilton in a showdown over threats to pension plans. On Wednesday, the eve of a United board meeting, the International Association of Machinists and...
Tags: Retirement, Employees, Bankruptcy, Career and Workplace, Fraud
Tribune staff reporterIn two months, Maureen Mahoney will stand before federal appellate judges to present an impassioned defense on why Andersen's criminal conviction last year should be overturned. It is expected to be a difficult case, especially since the accounting...
Tribune staff reportersThe last three unions at United Airlines ratified new, six-year contracts Tuesday, allowing the carrier to finally achieve its goal of slashing labor costs by $2.56 billion a year. It's a watershed event for United, which has been struggling to...
Tags: Air Transportation, Consumers, Employees, Bankruptcy, Travel
Tribune staff reportersUnited Airlines will pay nearly $70 million in retroactive wages on Dec. 15 to 37,000 employees who are members of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers union. The scheduled payout helps smooth the way for negotiations over...
Washington BureauTo Kenneth Dam, Osama bin Laden and his Al Qaeda organization operate as "international venture terrorists," raising money from wealthy donors and Islamic charities to finance terrorist cells in more than 40 countries. Shutting down this complex web will...
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