Professional video game players could compete in front of large crowds on the Near South Side if a local real estate developer’s unique post-pandemic vision comes to fruition. Surge is planned for South Wabash Avenue along the Stevenson Expressway.
The biggest Chicago skyscraper to have construction halted by the coronavirus pandemic could be revived in 2021, as part of a redesign that would shift the focus to rental apartments rather than for-sale condominiums. Construction of the 74-story tower, designed by Helmut Jahn, stopped earlier this year.
Sephora will open hundreds of beauty shops inside Kohl’s department stores starting next fall, just weeks after Ulta Beauty and Target announced a similar partnership.
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- A compromise proposal for the bitter Pilsen landmark district debate: Cut the proposed district in half
- The Nasdaq stock exchange proposal would require most listed companies to have, or explain why they don’t have, at least two diverse directors. And it would would require companies to publicly disclose consistent, transparent diversity statistics about their board of directors.
- Professional video game players could compete in front of large crowds on the Near South Side if a local real estate developer’s unique post-pandemic vision comes to fruition. Surge is planned for South Wabash Avenue along the Stevenson Expressway.
- Legislation at the heart of the bribery scandal that has ensnared House Speaker Michael Madigan as well as former Commonwealth Edison executives enhanced the utility’s bottom line but failed to produce promised benefits for consumers, according to a report released Tuesday by Illinois PIRG, a public interest advocacy group.
- President-elect Joe Biden is assembling a team of liberal advisers who have long focused on the nation’s workers and government efforts to address economic inequality.
- A government watchdog has found that the Labor Department’s widely watched weekly unemployment benefits data are providing an inaccurate reading on the number of newly laid-off workers.
- After receiving a dozen real estate development proposals for the initial three sites in Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s Invest South/West initiative, the city is seeking developers for another four properties on the city’s South and West sides.
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- DoorDash is planning to raise up to approximately $2.8 billion from an initial public offering of 33 million shares. The offering is expected to be priced between $75 and $85 per share, according to a regulatory filing Monday.
- Experts have said that adults in the general public likely won’t get vaccinated against COVID-19 until spring, and kids might have to wait even longer — possibly till the end of 2021.
- Michigan casinos could launch online sports betting and gambling games in December once state lawmakers waive the remaining time they have to review proposed licensing rules.
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- General Motors will not take an initial stake in the electric vehicle company Nikola, which announced Monday that it would scuttle one of its marquee vehicles, an electric and hydrogen-powered pickup that was to be called the Badger.
- Cyber Monday is expected to be the biggest online sales day of 2020 in the U.S., according to Adobe Analytics data. Sales are projected to increase by 35% compared with sales the same day last year.
- The IRS said businesses cannot deduct expenses such as payroll and rent that were paid for with money from the Paycheck Protection Program of the CARES Act.