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Business and Finance

Ulta shares soar on strong 1Q results

Medline to bring up to 40 jobs to West Loop this year

Wall Street-owned Urban Partnership Bank officially

Cosi Inc. names new CEO, cuts jobs

Mesirow unloads PrivateBancorp shares

More than 1,700 Illinois workers warned in May of layoffs

New Italian restaurant heading to the South Loop

Walgreen to pay record painkiller settlement

CBOE to pay $6 million SEC penalty

New city program launched to attract data centers to Chicago

Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Tuesday joined Server Farm Realty CEO Avner Papouchado for the official opening of the firm’s new downtown data center. The new facility, located at 840 S. Canal St. in the South Loop, is already in operation and the company is working to attract new clientele, according to a release from the mayor’s office.