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Scott Pauga is founder and CEO of Second Life Mac, a Skokie-based buyback company for used Apple products.
Entrepreneur finds niche in selling refurbished Apple items
As a young entrepreneur, Scott Pauga started out by selling refurbished electronics on eBay and Craigslist. The business started to take off, but he soon began to detect a trend -- demand for Apple products was huge and growing.
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In February, the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency shut down the Sterigenics plant in Willowbrook after air quality monitoring recorded spikes of the toxic gas in surrounding neighborhoods.
Suburban Republicans object to Sterigenics settlement
Brothers Mike, Bob and John Cain, third-generation owners of Cain Tubular Products in St. Charles, hold the Honoree Award they received from NASA for their contributions to the J2X rocket engine program.
St. Charles family business among those helping NASA reach the stars
Despite concerns from a pair of trustees, the Buffalo Grove village board this week approved a measure assigning a new owner to the annexation and development agreement for the Link Crossing development.
Buffalo Grove approves change in Link Crossing agreement
The WBBM broadcast tower in Itasca was brought down Thursday.
Feder: WBBM Newsradio starts beaming from Bloomingdale
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