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Business and Finance

Hospira takes first-quarter loss

New Miller Lite bottle gets bigger in the 'shoulders'

Exelon reports $4M loss in 1Q, cites hedging costs

Interim CEO gets the job full time at Mead Johnson

New COO named in latest management change at Accretive

Now hiring in Chicago: Al Jazeera

Hostess to open bakeries in Schiller Park, Indianapolis

DuPage board chairman warns businesses are leaving Illinois

DuPage County Board Chairman Dan Cronin declared on Tuesday that the people of Illinois “are voting with their feet” and leaving a state after “drowning under the cost of government.”

“The state of Illinois is ranked number two in terms of out migration,” Cronin said at a City Club of Chicago luncheon on Wednesday. “Residents and businesses – they can’t flee soon enough.”

Japanese railcar maker adding 80 jobs in Rochelle

Lyne leaves World Business Chicago for CBRE