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Exelon CEO abruptly retires as federal probe continues
Anne Pramaggiore, CEO of Exelon Utilities and the first woman CEO of subsidiary utility ComEd, retired abruptly Tuesday as the Chicago-based energy company continues to be questioned in a federal investigation involving Democratic state legislators.
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Rick Heidner, of Barrington Hills, center, and his lobbyist Julie Curry speak to Illinois Racing Board Chairman Jeffrey Brincat on Tuesday after Heidner’s bid to open a proposed Southwest suburban racino fell through.
Barrington Hills businessman's bid for racino thwarted
Huntley village officials recently reviewed a concept plan for a Hampton Inn & Suites hotel on nearly seven acres at the southeast corner of Kreutzer Road and a future extension of Regency Parkway. The proposed hotel would have 90 rooms (27 would be suites), a large conference room, indoor pool and fitness center.
Developer proposes hotel for Huntley business park
Ford Motor Company employees work on a Lincoln Aviator and Ford Explorer lines at Ford’s Chicago Assembly Plant in Chicago. Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s plan for the state’s economy calls for boosting jobs in Illinois’ manufacturing industry by one percent in the next five years.
Pritzker's five-year economic plan projects manufacturing sector growth
Marketing coordinator Oscar Gonzalez of the Parker Restaurant Group greets visitors at The Hampton Social booth during the DuPage Hospitality Expo Thursday afternoon at Abbington Banquets in Glen Ellyn.
Business Ledger expo puts spotlight on suburban hospitality industry
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