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The pandemic has altered recruiting in ways that are expected to endure long past a vaccine and return to the office. Chicago companies, particularly in the tech industry, are increasingly hiring out-of-state employees and telling them they can stay put, even after the pandemic subsides.

Illinois casinos and video gaming locations can reopen on July 1 with capacity limits, social distancing and other required measures aimed at limiting the spread of COVID-19

Groupon co-founder Eric Lefkofsky bought almost $5.4 million worth of stock in the Chicago-based deals company last week.

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