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Illinois' declining manufacturing sector led to one candidate for congress calling for repeal of a controversial free trade deal. The North American...
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The race for Illinois governor is one of the most expensive match-ups in the nation. A new report shows that most of that comes from relatively...
Illinois is about a quarter of the way into its fiscal year and building up debt along the way. A new report from the Civic Federation says it's a...
In this week's Business Report Tim Landis discusses a chain establishment leaving town, the future of a Route 66 landmark and work is set to begin...
Illinois had one of the stronger showings in the nation in new jobs last month and it led the way nationally with a a 2.5% drop in unemployment...
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