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Wotnow, a hyperlocal organization app created by Naperville resident Deepa Salem, has been significantly upgraded with the help of $250,000 in seed money the company received last year.
Wotnow? Local app grows up, gets social
In a little over a year, Naperville resident Deepa Salem has seen her mobile organizational app Wotnow grow into a hyperlocal success.
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Hoffman Estates-based Sears, once a leader in American retail, said in a federal filing that it has “substantial doubt” it will be able to keep its doors open. Local business leaders said the loss of the Sears headquarters and stores would have an untold affect on the suburbs.
While Sears says it continues the course, suburban leaders hope for the best
Mary Lou Mastro says hospitals, such as those in the Edward-Elmhurst Health system she leads as co-CEO, should focus on keeping patients well so they can maintain their health without inpatient stays.
Edward-Elmhurst Health CEO aims to make care more seamless
The Libertyville village board Tuesday followed its plan commission’s recommendations and denied approvals needed for a proposed 148-home development on the west side of Butterfield Road. The plan had met with strong opposition from village residents.
Rejected subdivision 'not right for Libertyville'
Play Video Zurich North America CEO Mike Foley stands outside the eye-catching new headquarters in Schaumburg.
Zurich NA CEO: employees are the key
                                                                                                                                                                                                   
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