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Tribune staff reporterChicago business icon Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., whose renowned namesake building is an architectural gem, is studying its long-term real estate needs, including a move from its historic headquarters building, the Chicago Tribune has learned. If the company...
We sent our intrepid photographers into the streets in search of decorated cows, and were not disappointed. Take a look at what we found, and be sure to keep checking back to see new additions. Click on a cow's name and a new window will pop up. Once...
Tribune staff reporterChicago-area stocks have not gotten off to a particularly good start in 2003. As market benchmarks look to break the first three-year losing streak since World War II, the biggest local companies endured a rocky first quarter, with a few, mostly limited,...
Last year was hardly a great 12 months for corporate profits or stock market returns. But it wasn't all that bad for many chief executives. A number of CEOs in Illinois and northwest Indiana saw their pay spiral higher, even as their companies' stock...
Tribune staff reporterWading deeper into a growing market of health-conscious consumers, Abbott Laboratories Monday agreed to buy diet supplement maker EAS for about $320 million in cash. Golden, Colo.-based EAS has a set of well-known brands that includes AdvantEdge for...
Tribune markets columnistStock prices face potentially sharp adjustments to new global economic realities as soon as trading resumes. Trading has been frozen since last Monday, but investor sentiment toward equities has ebbed and flowed with each news headline. Generally,...
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