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Business and Finance

United in deal to buy 30 regional jets from Embraer

Japan's Dreamliner operators estimate grounding costs at $110 million

Office Depot plans special meeting on OfficeMax merger

ComEd rate hike request would add $6 to monthly bills

William B. Johnson, CEO who left big imprint on city, dies

McPier board chairman wants end to Hyatt McCormick Place labor dispute

The board chairman for the city-state public agency that owns the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place called for an immediate end on Monday to the four-year dispute between Hyatt and its employees over wages. Jack Greenberg, chairman of the Metropolitan Pier Exposition Authority Board, said at a board meeting that Hyatt must enter into a new contract with employees, who are represented by UniteHere Local 1.

The union, though, is skeptical about Greenberg’s call to action.

James Pritzker donates $25 million to Norwich U.

Rocketmiles hotel booking startup raises $2M

Anti-war demonstrators at Boeing annual meeting protest drones

New meter deal includes free parking on Sundays

Certain areas of Chicago will have free parking on Sundays as a result of a new settlement between the city and Chicago Parking Meters LLC, the company that oversees Chicago’s parking meters, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Monday.