Taco Bell says it will serve beer, wine and "mixed alcohol freezes" at a new location set to open in Chicago this summer.
Valet services like Luxe and Zirx are offering everything from basic parking services to oil changes to win the right to park your car.
Tech companies taking over older buildings in Chicago and giving them a unique facelift, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
With wedding prices rising, location and timing can become even bigger factors on how much that fairy tale wedding will cost you.
Hockey is vying with basketball for the attention of fans, who could be forced to cough up a pretty penny if they hope to attend the games.
Discussing expectations for clinical oncology conference ASCO, with Eric Schmidt, Cowen & Co. biotech analyst. He weighs in on data from Puma Biotech, AstraZeneca and Incyte.
The Institute for Supply Management-Chicago Business Barometer unexpectedly fell in May, reversing the previous month's rise.
Elizabeth Cutler ditched real estate to take a chance on starting up a business called SoulCycle, and today that business is soaring.
Mark Cuban said innovative tech in the pharmaceutical sector is going to be a game changer not only for health care, but for humanity.
As Chicago's municipal bonds continue to be downgraded, an advisor says something has to be done on the political level.
In an extended, CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses Chicago's municipal bond crisis with Mike Shedlock, Sitka Pacific Capital Management.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports from Chicago where SpotHero, an on-demand parking mobile app, hopes to ease the pain of finding a parking space in the city.
Sysco said on Friday that a record U.S. outbreak of avian flu would limit its chicken and egg supply for nine to 18 months.
A senior director at Standard & Poor's said on Friday that there are still options beyond default or bankruptcy for Chicago and Illinois.
Mondelez will decide between plants in Chicago and Mexico for a major new investment.
John Sugden, Standard & Poor's credit analyst, explains the rating on the state of Illinois.
S&P credit rating agency on Thursday downgraded Chicago's general obligation bonds to A- from A+.
Chicago debt was downgraded by Moody's to "junk" level. CNBC's Kate Rogers explains.
Moody's downgraded Chicago's credit rating down to junk level "Ba1" from "Baa2."
The city of the broad shoulders is facing its own financial problems, but comparisons to Detroit are far off the mark.