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United Airlines plans to fly about three times more routes in August than it did last month as passengers slowly return to the skies, even as the number of new coronavirus infections across the U.S. rises.

Illinois unveiled an $11.5 million investment to open seven small business resource centers, including five in Chicago, that provide support amid the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis and stores damaged from protests in early June.

Tribune Publishing has struck a deal with its largest shareholder, Alden Global Capital, that adds the hedge fund’s co-founder, Randall Smith, to the newspaper company’s board, while extending an ownership standstill agreement until next year.

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