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Business

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The Replacements

What does the crop of new chiefs at Chicago’s biggest companies mean for the civic landscape?

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Power 50

Things have shaken up like never before in our annual list of the most influential Chicagoans. Starting at the top.

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What to See at the Chicago Auto Show

Low gas prices mean that companies are comfortable with a range of SUVs, muscle cars, and luxury concept coupes, but the car of the future might be one that tries its hardest not to look like one.

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Why Is Illinois Struggling, Anyway?

Illinois’s particular mix of industry has fared poorly as gas prices have dipped—but the same trend has been good news for Indiana and Michigan.

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Motorola Is About to Be Phased Out

The Chicago company invented the cell phone, taught the Chinese how to build them, and built the Chinese market. Then it got devoured by its own creation.

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What Went Wrong with Union Station?

Much of its glory was lost in 1969 with the demolition of its vibrant concourse. But a lot of it remains—shuttered to the public, but in surprisingly good shape.

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