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Businesses and manufacturers will learn how small changes can yield profitable economic and environmental results. Continue reading
By: Chuck Fieldman, Pioneer Press
A 70-foot tall ambulatory care center and parking structure is what officials from Rush University Medical Center and Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush hope to develop on 3.5 acres of vacant property in Oak Brook.
Representatives from both groups presented the plans to the Oak Brook Village Board Tuesday for what they hope to build at 2011 York Road. The board’s review is the first step in the planned development process. Continue reading
Bhutan Telecom Selects Coriant® hiT 7300 Multi-Haul Transport Platform for New HighCapacity DWDM Backbone Network Optimized for Mobile and Fixed Line Broadband Services.
Coriant, a global supplier of SDN-enabled transport networking solutions, today announced that Bhutan Telecom, the leading provider of telecommunications and Internet services in the Kingdom of Bhutan, has selected the Coriant® hiT 7300 Multi-Haul Transport Platform
as the backbone solution for its new country-wide DWDM infrastructure network. With innovation in photonic layer programmability and industry-leading scalability to 100G and beyond, the Coriant solution will enable Bhutan Telecom to cost-effectively scale optical transport capacity as bandwidth-intensive end-user applications and services drive demand for increased network bandwidth. Continue reading
It’s been about three months since ground was officially broken on Marquette Companies Water Street District Development, and in that time plenty of big changes have already taken place down this small street in Naperville.
But things haven’t all gone as planned. Continue reading
By: John R. Quigley, President and CEO of the Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce.
While the state of Illinois continues to struggle in the field of economic development, DuPage County has developed a public/private alliance that, since its creation a decade ago, has played a vital role in business growth and job creation across 38 municipalities. Continue reading
By: Ryan Ori, Crain’s Chicago Business
A run of big-name companies moving offices from the suburbs to downtown Chicago is a lift for the city, but many of the jilted villages and landlords are refilling the abandoned space, signaling that suburbia still is a valued address for business.
The one-way flow into the city has been accelerating. In just the past month, Kraft Heinz announced it will move its Kraft Foods Group headquarters to the East Loop from Northfield, while ConAgra Foods and Motorola Solutions are in talks to lease chunks of downtown office space big enough for hundreds of employees. Mead Johnson Nutrition has confirmed it will relocate from Glenview to a West Loop tower now under construction. And McDonald’s has begun filling a satellite office in River North, 20 miles from its Oak Brook campus. Continue reading
A dedication and open house for Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital
’s new Deb and Alan Feldman Cardiovascular Pavilion is scheduled at 4 pm Aug. 25 at the hospital, 3815 Highland Ave. The public is invited.
Cardiologists Stephen Rowley, Eleanor T. Ross, and Gaile Sabaliauskas are scheduled to answer questions from attendees as part of a panel discussion on topics related to heart health. Continue reading
Edward Heart Hospital’s cardiodiagnostics department has earned a three-year accreditation in nuclear cardiology from the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC).
The cardiodiagnostics department uses procedures like stress testing, nuclear stress tests, echocardiograms, stress echo cardiograms, EKGs and peripheral vascular exams to detect cardiovascular disease – disorders of the heart and blood vessels – which are the number one cause of death in the U.S. On average, one American dies every 39 seconds of heart disease. Continue reading
New business development managers, sustainability leaders, building engineers and facility managers won’t want to miss the 2015 Energy Efficiency Expo.
By: Marie Wilson, Daily Herald Business Ledger
The 1,000-seat banquet hall Naperville has been seeking for more than a decade is now open at the new Embassy Suites by Hilton.
The hotel at 1813 Abriter Court on the city’s north side opened last week with 13,000 square feet of flexible meeting and banquet space including two board rooms and a private dining room for up to 60 people. Continue reading